Humanities is defined as a “...the thoughts, imagination, creativity, achievements, performance, and impact of the individual. There is a concern for culture and all kinds of human behaviors that produces cultural artifacts… values, quality, and expression. Humanities includes “fields of scholarship that strive to reconstruct, describe, and interpret the activities and accomplishments of people by establishing and studying documents and other artifacts created by the people (Perrault & Aversa, Information resources in the humanities and the arts, 2020).” John Immroth highlights a theme that seems to create a stereotypical difference between science and humanities: “the science is our study of ourselves and the world around us physically and biologically… social sciences appear to be the study of humankind and fits relationships with other people, socially, economically, and politically (Perrault & Aversa, 2020).”
Here is how the reasoning process might work: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1XT0g4pSi080Pi4Z0YAH4vWnY4cPXmPJgtdnWgceO_OU/edit?usp=sharing
I’m not a psychologist, but this is an attempt to analyze and apply neurology to depression. Although it might seem to be an apathetic approach, I think it’s better in the long run to work with what we can work with instead of pretending we can help or make attempts that don’t seem to be working. We can try, but logic and analysis make up the backbone to the chaotic sea of emotions.
Space, AI, Biology, and Policymaking
Documentary Analysis – The True Cost (2015)
Rome was an empire, a republic, and a democracy.