The Ends of the Humanities

by Isabell Eva BaumannTill DembeckGeorg Mein

Humanities and social sciences foster a form of active examination of the past in relation to the present and the future, thus expanding the scope of the thinkable. Their prospective and forward-looking character and their willingness to engage in the problems of the present make it possible to reveal alternatives in dealing with current issues and future challenges. This volume explores how individual disciplines position themselves in relation to recent challenges in the humanities. The contributions illuminate the relationship between the humanities on the one hand, and ethics, cultural and social politics, the education system, law, the economy, new technologies, and other sciences on the other.

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  • edition
    1
  • isbn
    978-2-919815-24-1
  • issn
    2716-7550
  • publisher
    Melusina Press
  • publisher place
    Esch-sur-Alzette
  • restrictions
    CC BY-SA 4.0
  • rights holder
    Melusina Press
  • rights territory
    Luxembourg
  • series number
    1
  • series title
    The Ends of the Humanities
  • version
    1
  • doi