To Practice Science, We Must Philosophize Video Description

There is narrow-mindedness, if I may say so, in many of my colleagues who don't want to learn what's being said in the philosophy of science. There is also a narrow-mindedness in a lot of areas of philosophy and the humanities, whose proponents don't want to learn about science -- which is even more narrow-minded. Restricting our vision of reality today to just the core content of science or the core content of the humanities is being blind to the complexity of reality, which we can grasp from a number of points of view. The two points of view can teach each other and, I believe, enlarge each other.

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