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Can Neuroscience Really Say Something About Humanities?
"Neurohumanities has been positioned as a savior of today's liberal arts. The Times is able to ask "Can 'Neuro Lit Crit' Save the Humanities?" because of the assumption that literary study has descended into cultural irrelevance. Neurohumanities, then, is an attempt to provide the supposedly loosey-goosey art and lit crowds with the metal spines of hard science." The Nation 05/07/13
Posted May 10, 2013 10:06 AM
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