科学史和新人文主义 = The history of science and the new humanism

@inproceedings{Sarton1931T,
  title={科学史和新人文主义 = The history of science and the new humanism},
  author={George Sarton and 陳 恒六},
  year={1931}
}
In this classic work, the foremost historian of science in our time, George Sarton, sums up his reflections on the role of science and of the humanities in our culture. Voicing his opposition to the old-fashioned humanists on the one hand, and to the "uneducated" men of science and technicians on the other, Sarton points out to the former that the humanities without scientific are essentially incomplete. He warns the latter that without history, without philosophy, without arts and letters… 
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