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    Title: 廿一世紀的人文學
    Authors: 高柏園
    Contributors: 淡江大學中國文學學系
    Keywords: 人文學;自然科學;連續性;詮釋;量化;新經驗主義;humanity science;natural science;interpretation;quantification;neo-experiencism
    Date: 2003-02
    Issue Date: 2012-12-03 23:27:36 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 臺北市:臺灣學生書局
    Abstract: 本文主要目標,在對比著自然科學,說明人文學所面臨的挑戰與困境,以及其可能的回應之道。人文學目前所充斥的考古化、煩瑣化、泡沫化的特質,正是阻礙人文學的主要原因,而其連續性、詮釋性與非量化性則是更深層的主要原因。因此,我們必須在非連續性的形式上加以努力,以徹底解放人文學, 進而以「新經驗主義」的方法與態度,重新建構廿一世紀人文學, 並對自然科學之發展目的、方向及價值問題,提出人文學的主張與意見。 The main purpose in this paper is to compared with the natural science to describe the challenges and straits the humanity science in face of as well as the rebuttal and refutation. The main reasons to impede humanity science today are the characteristic of archaize, complicate and bubblize of human science. And the series, interpretation and nonquantification are the further reasons. Therefore, we have to do our best on the formation of non-series in order to liberate humanity science through and through and reconstruct the human science in 21th century by the way of 'neo-experiencism (新經驗主義) as well as form some opinions from humanity science towards to the purpose, the way and the problem of value of the natural science.
    Relation: 世紀之交:觀念動向與文化變遷 / 第二屆中瑞漢學國際學術會議論文集,頁9-24
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