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Title: From integration to modelling. On a neglected function of the methodology of humanities
Authors: Boruszewski, Jarosław
Nowak-Posadzy, Krzysztof
Keywords: methodology of humanities
integration
unification
interdisciplinarity
model of primitive magic syncretism
Poznań Methodological School
Issue Date: 2019
Publisher: Wydawnictwo Naukowe UAM
Citation: Studia Metodologiczne, nr 39, 2019, s. 233–252.
Abstract: The aim of this paper is two-fold: to engage the contemporary discussion about the nature of relations between different scientific disciplines, as well as to disentangle the concept of integration of sciences from superstructures of rival proposals. The authors start with a critical analysis of the Polish contribution to the discussion about the nature of integration of sciences from the second half of the XXth century. Such a step is followed by elaborating a refined account of integration and by disentangling the concept of integration from superstructures of rival proposals – unification and interdisciplinarity. On the grounds of such a refined account the authors deliver a reconstruction of a successful scientific integration. In doing this they introduce the idea of connective knowledge as generated by the methodology of humanities. After reconstructing the successful integration trial, in the concluding remarks their account of integration is specified and summarized.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10593/25471
ISSN: 0039424X
Appears in Collections:Studia Metodologiczne, 2019, nr 39

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