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  Ethics and Phenomenology [Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy]
Scholars from the field of ethics see their work as interdisciplinarity, among their tasks being the disclosure of the ethical basis of engineering and philosophy.
As such, ethicists see their discipline as basic to liberal arts and sciences, and interdisciplinarity at any level.
One is interdisciplinarity in the sense of team teaching and putting together courses and topics in some sort of seamless or minimally seamed fabric.
www.iep.utm.edu /e/eth-phen.htm   (9418 words)

 Theorizing Interdisciplinarity
The article reflects the authors' experiences working in programs of the Center for Science in Society at Bryn Mawr College, and is made available on Serendip as a contribution to continuing discussion of the meaning and significance of interdisciplinarity.
We are not afraid, as Marjorie Garber claims, that it will become "conventional," that "the center of intellectual interest and provocation will move elsewhere." Interdisciplinarity is not a place to be reached.
It is rather a commitment to a process of continually testing the value of parts, experimenting with different ways they might be combined to make wholes, and using the resulting wholes to refigure the parts.
serendip.brynmawr.edu /local/scisoc/DalkeGrobsteinMcCormack.html   (4003 words)

 Lou Gross - Home Page at UTK
President's Closing Address at the 2004 Annual Meeting of the Society for Mathematical Biology "Forward Ho with Math Bio: the Role of SMB in Meeting Future Challenges" Powerpoint file of slides - an expanded text version of this without graphics was published in the Fall 2004 SMB Newsletter
Invited Talks presented at the Kansas City Regional Mathematics Technology Expo on October 2, 2004 on "Current and Future Challenges in Mathematical and Computational Biology" Powerpoint file and on "Mathematics and Biology Education: Promoting Interdisciplinarity" Powerpoint file
Talk presented at the Symposium on "Quantitative Science in the Biology Curriculum" at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, on December 17, 2004 on "Mathematics and Biology Education: Promoting Interdisciplinarity" Powerpoint file
www.tiem.utk.edu /~gross   (1909 words)

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