Why do people often contrast different scientific fields with each other in the discussion of any issue?
Probably, many people have often noticed with what tenacity two (or more) different people try to prove their correctness about one question, trying to explain it from the point of view of different fields of science. For example, the existence of the world for physicists is certain physical laws, various measures of units, matter, energy, time; for philosophers it is certain philosophical laws of being, some hidden meaning, perhaps, of something higher, some "commandments of necessary behavior"; for a computer scientist , it may be just a program and a set of infinitely many different algorithms with "random" values, information flows. Don't people understand that all these things are parts of the same thing, viewed "from different angles"? Is everyone prepared to claim that there is something perfectly accurate that could describe this world, or even accurate in itself? Everything is created by man, which means that by default it is impossible to state anything exactly from any point of view? Or do people believe so much that there is something accurate, something that exists on its own, and they are researchers and discoverers?