HUMANISM AND SCIENCE MUST BE KEPT SEPARATE Telmo Pievani At The Biogem: The Evolution Of Knowledge Comes From The Dialogue Of Two Distinct Worlds [1]

[ Sun. Sep. 9. 2012 ]

In trying to overcome between the two cultures in 1991 the writer and American literary agent John Brockman threw a cultural movement called the "third culture": his intention was to unite intellectuals and scientists in a transversal logic can illuminate the deep meaning of 'human existence starting from the consideration that the development of science had become interdisciplinary. ... Brockman's ideas are outdated - only a recognition of separate cultures and looking for a constant comparison between them can guarantee a correct evolution of knowledge.