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in·ter·dis·ci·pli·nar·y

(in'tĕr-dis'i-pli-nār'ē),
Denoting the overlapping interests of different fields of medicine and science.
[inter- + L. disciplina, instruction, teaching]

in·ter·dis·ci·pli·nar·y

(in'tĕr-dis'i-pli-nar-ē)
Denoting the overlapping interests of different fields of medicine and science.
[inter- + L. disciplina, instruction, teaching]

interdisciplinary

(ĭn″tĕr-dĭ′sĭ-plĭ-năr″ē)
Involving or overlapping of two or more health care professions in a collaborative manner or effort.

in·ter·dis·ci·pli·nar·y

(in'tĕr-dis'i-pli-nar-ē)
Denoting the overlapping interests of different fields of dentistry, medicine, and science.
[inter- + L. disciplina, instruction, teaching]
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Certain themes and approaches serve to unify the essays: the striving for interdisciplinarity and originality; a concern for ethics, humor, and friendship; an openness to every type of text, literary, artistic, and scientific; the fascination with the new works recovered during the humanism of the Quattrocento, both Greek and Latin; and the central role of certain fundamental writings of Cicero's, especially the Brutus.
For example, Cohen-Cole devotes a whole chapter to the virtues of interdisciplinarity.
If this is a new age of interdisciplinary research in the study of German Romanticism, as in other fields, this field is better positioned than most others to inquire into the genealogy of disciplinarity and interdisciplinarity themselves.
A Statement on 'Principles of Interdisciplinarity and Actions towards Equality and Status of Women in Research' was discussed and endorsed by participants representing the global research community.
Thus emerged the notion of interdisciplinarity in much broader sense, linking different disciplines of knowledge domains.
Interdisciplinarity is a response to that faulty assumption and the mistaken thinking it has produced.
Readers should expect an increase in our ongoing commitment to interdisciplinarity and to our coverage of contemporary issues concerning workers and the labour movement.
This interdisciplinarity reflects her early career as producer and presenter of children's programs on Israel's national radio, her undergraduate training in philosophy, as well as the humanistic orientation of her family background.
1) Given the ever-mounting popularity of interdisciplinarity from both academic fields, which is increasingly paralleled by a growing criticism of such endeavors, critical reflection on "The State of the Art"--as the subtitle runs--is a welcome initiative.
Complex and multiple reasons for these developments in the discipline include the fluctuating interest in geography in schools, focus on the REF, and an increasing focus on interdisciplinarity, and changing political and economic contexts.
Sustainable Knowledge: A Theory of Interdisciplinarity

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