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  1. I'm afraid the question should be clarified. In modern science, there is no consensus on which sciences are humanities, which are technical or natural. In addition, it is unclear whether the social sciences should be singled out separately or whether they can be included in the humanities. Philosophy raises many questions. It is considered to belong to the abstract sciences, but some even consider it a humanitarian one. And many people do not consider it a science at all. In addition, in addition to the division by orientation, there is also a division of sciences by method (exact/descriptive). And their device is also very different. Finally, within the humanities or natural sciences, the theory is very different. Take anthropology and linguistics, for example. They are both humanities, but their “organon” is completely different.

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