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Perspectives on the Unity and Integration of Knowledge


Garth Benson, Ronald Glasberg and Bryant Griffith

Contents: Allen R. Utke: Introduction: The (Re)Unification of Knowledge: Why? How? Where? When? - Donald A. Crosby / Charles R. Smith: Nature and Human Nature: Impacts and Implications of Science Since 1859 - Garth Benson: The Integrative Role of «Why» Questions in Science - Ronald Glasberg: Objective Science as the Subjective Projection of Culture onto Nature: Rethinking the Problem of Enlightenment - Allen R. Utke: Faraday Is the Answer: What Is Your Interdisciplinary Question? - Peter Staples: The Integration of Knowledge in Ecumenical Science - Georges Hélal: Conditions for Religious Progress in the Contemporary Developed World - John L. Mahoney: Literature and Religion: Theory to Practice - Leslie Owen Wilson: Milestones: Integrating the Celebratory Elements of Individual Achievement and Family Tradition into the Curriculum - Charles Elkins / Robert Hogner / Felice Lifshitz / Joe Wisdom: InterdisciplinaryTeaching: Intertextuality or Strange Attractors? - Ellen Weber: A Multiple-Intelligence View of Learning at the High-School Level - Uri Zoller: The Integrated Structure, Content, and Methods Approach in HOCS-Oriented Teacher Education - Bryant Griffith/Jim Paul: Constructing, Deconstructing, and Synthesizing Knowledge Narratives - Doug Brent: Information Technology and the Breakdown of Places of Knowledge - Ronald Glasberg: Mapping the Interdisciplinary Landscape: A Knowledge-Unification Strategy.