As he notes on page 16, I have found that the most interesting courses I have taken have existed in the space where literature/the humanities and the sciences meet. There is so much more to learn about where these two “poles” collide, and I’m alarmed that Snow believes that the damage already done is irreparable. (page 16)
How do we mend a divide that has become engrained in both the literary and scientific cultures? Is it only like this in Western cultures? (page 17)
I also recognized 8 of the top ten revolutionary scientific theories (to my surprise)!