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is a new concept. Therefore as of today it is extremely
difficult to encounter titles on this
production worldwide is Interdisciplinarity. Parts
to proceed I to III of
issue. An alternative way to explore the with caution and to refer to the notion of this bibliography were prepared by Prof.
Julie Thompson Klein for the Symposium in Royaumont. Parts IV and V
Assistant Professor use of the Centre
based on Philosophy,
the one compiled by Augustana University
are of for
Research in the Liberal Arts (CIRLA).
particular interdisciplinary research programs, or on disciplines, this bibliography focuses on works that
the hundreds combinations reflect on the