Intersections & Connections



Research and scholarship are typically framed by conventions, forms, and methods, and often within disciplinary boundaries. However, our increased awareness of the multiplicity of the deep and broad connections between mental, physical and metaphysical constructs leads us to rethink the autonomy and insularity of disciplinary structure. Considering that the formation, naming, development, and institutionalization of disciplines have, and have had, pragmatic, political, and instrumental purposes, it now appears that such applications are also limiting in a world demanding more interconnectivities and transactions.


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