Building Bridges Between Science and the Humanities
This lecture builds a bridge between the artistry of science, which accounts for physical phenomena in elegant ways, and the logic of the humanities which rigorously interprets the lived-world. In the generality of scientific principles, we explain particular events. In the particularly of literary and artistic works, we understand the universality of their implications. We must learn to shift between an engaged perspective in which phenomena are experienced in-depth and a detached perspective in which underlying principles are formalized. (14:15)
Fantazzi, Charles E. (2003). The Two Cultures in the New Millennium.
University Printing and Graphics: East Carolina University.