Knowledge Practices Traversing Nature/Culture Divide: Recent Themes in Social Studies

Myfel Joseph D. Paluga




This paper maps the various forms of disciplinal links that are presently evolving between the natural and social sciences. The first part reflects on the effects of disciplinal diversification on the traditionally demarcated domains—natural/social sciences—and on their conceptual foundation—nature/culture binary. It gives a partial review of recent perspectives that may be of interest to those constructing ways of strengthening disciplinal networking. The second part is an extended reflection on locating locally some of the interesting themes in constructing knowledge beyond the nature/culture divide.

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