Exploring the Interplay: Language and Science in Thoughtful Reflection

Prof. S. Mohanraj

(Formerly) Professor of English, English & Foreign Languages University (EFLU), Hyderabad

Keywords: coordinates, dynamic, organic, paradigm, quantum gravity, syntagmatic


Often in our academics, the two major disciplines Science and Arts are kept apart from each other.  There have been no attempts to integrate the two and this has resulted in developing certain prejudices.  A time has come (especially with the introduction of NEP 2020 which introduces liberal education) to overcome these prejudices, and see how the two disciplines are based on similar principles.  The article is an attempt to show how the two disciplines are not only closely related, but also share similar principles of analysis.


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