Why Science and the Humanities Are Better Together
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Last week, biographer and journalist Walter Isaacson delivered the 43rd one-year
Jefferson Lecture—the government’s greatest honor for business operative in the humanities. But Isaacson’s message wasn’t fair-minded for humanists. He argued that the ensuant belongs to those who can get pleasure from
each
the arts and the sciences. Isaacson joins Ira to explain how thinkers from Einstein to Steve Jobs drew on both spheres to kinglike their breakthroughs, and why mix the two is side critical than ever in the digital age.

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