Perspectives on the Unity and Integration of Knowledge

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Garth Benson, Ronald Glasberg, Bryant Griffith
P. Lang, 1998 - Philosophy - 286 pages
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"Addressing itself to the problem of knowledge fragmentation, this collection of essays seeks to develop strategies from a variety of perspectives: scientific, religious, and pedagogical. The newly founded Association for the Unity and Integration of Knowledge has assembled this material from its inaugural conference held at the University of Calgary in 1994. Taking interdisciplinary studies beyond the mere juxtaposition of disciplines for the purpose of solving specific problems, the essays in this collection focus on the more general problem of integrating different kinds of understanding in a non-sectarian manner."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved

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Impacts and Implications
The Integrative Role of Why Questions in Science
Objective Science as the Subjective Projection

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