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In his book, The Selfish Gene, Richard Dawkins made links between the propagation of trends and ideas to the propagation of genes, calling memes replicators, just like our earliest ancestors, in a pool of our minds. Reading it, the synapses in my brain started firing, questions rising in my mind. How could Dawkins make comparisons and show relationships between two seemingly discrete fields of study `when he studied Ethology? Looking into this matter further, I realized the answer; Dawkins believed in interdisciplinary studies. Examples of such feats were obvious in the works of other prominent minds, and it was this belief that I wanted to continue.
I realized that the latest discoveries both in and out of the world of science were the combination of multiple disciplines. An example is between psychology and engineering, through which more human like Artificial Intelligence can be made that can even solve social dilemmas such as the trolley scenario. I delved further from the sciences now. Economics and psychology are now juxtaposed when dealing with many situations such as the comparison of city demographics with mental issues, or vice versa. It seems Liberal Arts education share my beliefs of interdisciplinary study. It was here that such research is encouraged, while evaluative and critical thinking skills help articulate the empirical substance obtained from the research. Although, I have certain specific interests I want to pursue, I don't want to be restricted in them, not being able to explore more.
Maybe, while studying in a Liberal Arts environment, I can create a link between Sociology and Geology? Or between Chemistry and International Relations? Who knows? I certainly don't, but I will try to find out.