“My view is that anybody who is interested in the humanities is at his or her peril to not think about the fundamental role of science, technology, engineering and the character of science, and vice versa; there’s no serious scientist in the world that isn’t confronted with — that doesn’t deal with — the non-“purely scientific” or nontechnical motivations or consequences of their work. The separation of the two is nonsensical.” – Leon Botstein