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On the one hand, the fact that interdisciplinary research is possible and new fields emerge at the intersection of established disciplines should lead us to consider whether the relation of disciplines and sub-disciplines is one of neighboring resemblance rather than exotic difference (Campbell, 1969). On the other hand, there is good reason to believe that disciplines and sub-disciplines are, in themselves, much more fragmented than any talk about interdisciplinarity as gap-bridging usually would suggest.