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In this paper we re-examine the relationship and possibilities for discourse between the academic disciplines called 'sciences' and those known as 'arts'. Do they represent one culture or two? An apparent diversity of views emerges in two contemporary writers, George Steiner and Nicholas Lash, the former differentiating the two, the latter insisting that the 'two cultures' debate itself is misconstrued. We follow the principal threads of both arguments in the light of an intimate involvementdoi:10.1179/030801801679421 fatcat:ffbrsqefojh6vot2bhbusizwtm