Comparmentalization leads to compartmentalized thinking, which doesn’t reflect reality.

Oh the leap was my own: The whole talk is: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p5xCS0149LY
and I tried to get down to the succinct points in five minutes to make it faster to digest.

The whole talk is worthy honestly. Considering he gave this talk in the 80s or 90s, there’s no way he could have complete the set of science because new ones keep popping up.

That’s his point though. Comparmentalization leads to compartmentalized thinking, which doesn’t reflect reality.

Also, I dont’ think the distinction of sociology and psychology as “These are not sciences because they lack the rigor of physics” was as strong of an ethos back then as it is now. Now, sociology and psychology are nearly out the door in many minds, which is a shame, because they gave the stories that the harder sciences have been trying to follow.

Like philosophy, without the stories to prove/disprove… there’s no science or logic to be bothered with.

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