In which sense can we talk about a dialogue between the sciences? An essay concerning the new sciences of complexity
|Abstract||A dialogue between the exact, the physical and the natural sciences along with the social and human sciences is both possible and necessary. The place where such a dialogue is truly prosperous is the one of the new sciences of complexity. However, with the study of complex systems, the very traditional status of the sciences changesdramatically.|
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