Disciplines in Dialogue
Some of the challenges transdisciplinarity faces in overcoming the reductionistic notion of the human being.
Attempts to achieve a “universalis scientia” since the Modern age have crashed against the permanent temptation of syncretism.
The collaboration between these two men merits careful reflection for all who venture into the realm of transdisciplinary scholarship.
Attachment is a thread that holds life's fabric together. Anabaptist theology theorizes Christian community and relationship with God in ways that identify attachment for human flourishing and social peace.
Transdisciplinarity is about our reality—human successes as well as failures, progress as well as regression. Can it account for contradictions and inconsistencies, as well as the appearance of new forms and entities?
How can the gaps be bridged between knowledge from individual sub-disciplines, the parent discipline, the academic cultures, and the search for the larger meaning of life?
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