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Interdisciplinary, generally applicable knowledge is rarely taught explicitly. Yet it's important to have at least general knowledge of many areas (as opposed to deep narrowly specialized knowledge), and to apply it to thinking about everything.
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Interdisciplinary, generally applicable knowledge is rarely taught explicitly. Yet it's important to have at least basic knowledge of many areas (as opposed to deep narrowly specialized knowledge), and to apply it to thinking about everything.
  
 
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==See also==

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Interdisciplinary, generally applicable knowledge is rarely taught explicitly. Yet it's important to have at least basic knowledge of many areas (as opposed to deep narrowly specialized knowledge), and to apply it to thinking about everything.

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