Science and Education
Formal education has removed itself so far from any truly integrated view of the Natural World that fragmentation and certainty are prevailing ethics. Technological progress has resulted in increased specialization within academic disciplines and their concurrent separation from each other. Knowledge is extracted from a fully integrated world, but is examined and defined by the 'dis-integrated' objectives.
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Coppola, Brian P. and Daniels, Douglas S., "Mea Culpa: Formal Education and the Dis-Integrated World." (1998). Chemistry Faculty Publications. 108.