'THIRD CULTURE' AND 'RENAISSANCE' OF SCIENTIFIC THINKING ('Trzecia kultura' i 'renesans' myslenia naukowego)
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The article addresses the question: does 'third culture' exist? According to John Brockman and other authors, 'third culture' is a state of modern science (or its part at least) which closes the communication gap between the culture of the sciences and that of the arts and annihilates the conflict between the cultures of the humanities and the sciences. The paper discusses the works of several well-known thinkers that are considered as representatives of the third culture.
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