Science & Humanities

I don’t know why the sciences and humanities are seen as divorced. Here I’d like to see them as counterparts. Whatever cool tidbits of science I learn I’d like to share. I’d like to do the same thing for philosophy, history and literature.

Here’s a link to a paper I wrote about Kant’s third critique (The Critique of Judgment). It’s my Master’s thesis, but I’m still proud of it. It’s called “Kant on The Beautiful.”

Here are the categories:

I. Sciences:

  1. Physics
  2. Astronomy
  3. Chemistry
  4. Geology
  5. Biology

II. Humanities:

  1. Philosophy
  2. History
  3. Literature