The Controversy over Specialism: From Ortega to Morin - Stages on a Journey toward Complexity

World Futures 62 (5):361-391 (2006)
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The author proposes an analysis on a key issue in 20th-century thought: the struggle against disciplinary specialism. This problem is stressed by the reflections of philosophers and scientists such as Ortega y Gasset, Erwin Chargaff, Werner Heisenberg, Konrad Lorenz, Karl Popper, Paul Feyerabend, and Edgar Morin.
Keywords Ortega y Gasset, José  Chargaff, Erwin  Heisenberg, Werner  Lorenz, Konrad  Popper, Karl  Feyerabend, Paul  Morin, Edgar
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