Part 7. Replanting the Seeds

Is there any hope for reconciliation within the humanities?

Plants growing as the humanities becomes more interdisciplinary

Reading Limited Inc, one gets the sense that Derrida becomes more and more enraged as he continues to write a response to Searle; so enraged in fact that he arrives at a decision.

One can almost see the bulb going off in his head as he thinks to himself:



HiT — an interdisciplinary journal that publishes papers on a rolling basis — is a digital platform to discuss the effects of the humanities being in a constant state of change.

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Flannery Wilson

Flannery has a PhD in Comparative Literature. She teaches French, Italian, and visual media. Her book on Taiwanese cinema can be found on Amazon.