If you were legally required to pick either an exclusively scientific or an exclusively humanistic (literature, philosophy, history, fine arts) education for your child, which would you choose---and why?
To what extent or in what ways have you experienced or observed the "two cultures" split in your own education? If you have had this experience or this observation, do you think the split is a good thing, a bad thing, or are you neutral about it? Before you reply to this question, please carefully read the essays by Thomas Huxley and Matthew Arnold listed in the syllabus and in the Week One materials. In your post, refer to both writers as you record your observations (or respond to a classmate's observations) about the "two cultures" split between the humanities, on the one hand, and the sciences, on the other.
Technology is accepting the change in a business organization in such an environment with various components and procedures. The transformation is based on the modernization, speed and efficiency of IT for an organizations activity, cost reduction, while improving on existing processes. It provides improved operations to be done in a business. It also obtains and displays a better version of data on...
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