Ecological Mind Is it possible to make an ecological commitment to the planet through interscience communication?




Ecological Mind, interscience communication, Communicative action


When we communicate, are we really communicating? Communication as a mean to transmit our ideas, opinions, moods, emotions, among other messages, is a skill that we develop as human beings throughout our lives. While it is true that we are constantly communicating through language (verbal, body or written), this communication is not always intelligent and effective; consequently, a gap is created between what we want to express and the way in which the message reaches the other person or persons.In science communication, in this particular case of the social sciences, there are also gaps, and we experience multiple disagreements as challenges to the claim in this encounter. The direction in that communicational encounter with that other is impregnated with the need to prove, justify and sometimes make the explanation inexhaustible in order to achieve understanding.


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Author Biographies

Beatriz Carolina Carvajal, Universidad Centroccidental Lisandro Alvarado

Venezuelan, Post-doctorate in History of Science, Techniques and Epistemology. Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. Brazil; Post-doctorate in Social Sciences, Communication Sciences, Humanities and Arts. National University of Cordoba. Argentina; Doctor in Human Sciences. University of Zulia. Venezuela; Magister Scientarium in Integral Rural Development. Mention: Planning. (UNELLEZ); Sociologist University of the Plains Ezequiel Zamora. (UNELLEZ). Venezuela. Research professor at the Central Western University "Lisandro Alvarado" Barquisimeto, Lara State. Venezuela. Leader of the Latin American Network ReDCyHH (Network for scientific and humanistic diffusion Heterodoxies). Place of residence Barquisimeto, Venezuela. E-mail: ORCID:

Daniel Bovolenta Ovigli, Universidade Federal do Triângulo Mineiro (UFTM),

Brazilian. Doctor in Education for Science. São Paulo State University “Júlio de Mesquita Filho” (Unesp). Brazil; Master in Education: Science and Mathematics Teaching. Federal University of São Carlos (UFSCar). Brazil; Degree in Exact Sciences. University of São Paulo (USP). Brazil. Professor-researcher at the Federal University of Triângulo Mineiro (UFTM), state of Minas Gerais. Brazil. Member of Coordinating Committee of Minas Gerais Scientific Communication Network (RMCC). E-mail: ORCID:


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How to Cite

Carvajal, B. C., & Bovolenta Ovigli, D. (2023). Ecological Mind Is it possible to make an ecological commitment to the planet through interscience communication?. Ágora De Heterodoxias, 9(2), 10-24.