The Two Cultures and General Education
by K. A. Thomas - 1966
The author challenges the view (exemplified by one of the critics of C. P. Snow) that science has no viable role to play in general education. Pointing to the presently misleading distinction between "scientific method" and "scientific knowledge" he effects some necessary clarification and concludes that, since literary intellectuals and other non-scientists use the language of science, they ought to be responsible for understanding it.
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