In this paper, it is proposed a view, thinking of the issue of ethics in the research process. This view takes as elements of context a society whose ways of construction of subjectivity and social bond are changing. This process is characterized by three significant facts: uncertainty, insecurity and vulnerability, where the tension between what is forbidden and what is permitted weakens only to promote a tear between what is possible and what is impossible. Conditions are exacerbated by the presence of increasing poverty in Latin America, associated to unequal income distribution. In this context, it is distinguished that social institutions, including educational ones, are permeated by a "managerial system" that has turned the scientific production spaces into an inner battlefield, consisting of domains and corporate behavior accompanied by unequal institutional arrangements. Under this set of considerations, the proposal aims at looking away from the explanation of a Decalogue so as to describe forms of organization of scientific production that seek to establish a different link between ethics and politics.
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http://www.rinace.net/reice/numeros/arts/vol9num2/art08.pdf. Consultado el (Fecha).