The Long Way from Non-Reductionism to Transdisciplinarity: Critical Questions about Levels of Reality and the Constitution of Human Beings
1.- Reductionism: from science to culture and every day life “The vision of Nature in any given era depends...1
Latin-American Prospective to an Integration of Knowledge: Beyond “Interdisciplinarity” and “Transdisciplinarity”
The historical attempts to achieve a “universalis scientia” since the Modern age have always crashed against the permanent temptation...
A Transdisciplinary Perspective Viewed through Anabaptist Eyes
Introduction to Theme This paper presents two claims: (1) Attachment is a universal thread that holds the fabric of...
Wolfgang Pauli, Carl Jung, and the Acausal Connecting Principle: A Case Study in Transdisciplinarity
The same organizing forces that have shaped nature in all her forms are also responsible for the structure of...
Transdisciplinarity and the Development of an Integrated Model of Personhood, Health, and Wellness
Good health and well being require a clean and harmonious environment in which physical, physiological, social and aesthetic factors...
The Hermeneutics of Transdisciplinarity: A Gadamerian Model of Transversal Reasoning
Introduction Eric Weislogel has recently argued that the increasing hyper-specialization of higher education is creating a unique challenge for...
Disciplinary Realities and Interdisciplinary Prospects
Exploring being in the world, proclaiming life signified nothing, analyzing assumptions and developing syntheses were once the domain of...
The Transdisciplinary Logic of Transdisciplinarity
Introduction. Logic and Contradiction Transdisciplinarity is about man, man and the reality of which he is a part. Transdisciplinarity...
A Long-Standing Tradition of Transdisciplinarity and the Usual Suspects
Hyper-specialisation is a rather recent problem of modern societies. In distinction from traditional philosophical approaches to reality, post-modern thinking...
Critiquing the Creation of Knowledge in the Liberal Arts: An Interdisciplinary Course on Death
For nearly a decade, I regularly start the semester by asking students in my upper-level interdisciplinary general studies seminar...