Bartosz Brożek, Marek Jakubiec, Piotr Urbańczyk (editors)
© Copyright by Copernicus Center Press, 2021
Interdisciplinarity is a phenomenon of several dimensions. The literature on this subject is dominated by studies relating to research conducted at the interface between natural sciences. This book defies these tendencies and aims to elucidate different aspects of interdisciplinarity in several academic disciplines mostly considered as a part of social sciences and humanities. Moreover, the book provides the view on interdisciplinarity “from within” specific disciplines – among the authors of individual chapters one can find representatives of philosophy, cognitive sciences, law, economics, sociology, history, and theology actively working in their research areas.
This book is the result of the project „Humanities in Dialogue”, financed by the Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education, agreement number 0239/DLG/2018/10.
Marek Jakubiec, Piotr Urbańczyk, Bartosz Brożek
What is interdisciplinarity?
Cognitive science: an interdisciplinary approach to mind and cognition
Interdisciplinarity in philosophy
Interdisciplinary jurisprudence: between law, cognitive science, and new technologies
Interdisciplinarity in economics
Sociology as an interdisciplinary science
Interdisciplinarity in historical studies
Interdisciplinarity in theology
The pitfalls of interdisciplinarity