The main claim of the paper states that new, transdisciplinary map of subjects in the sciences called in the title is born through research practice and meta-theoretical reflection being an response to oncoming cultural and social change. Transdisciplinary perspective enables to catch unnoticed as far relationships and cross-sections of cultural phenomena. For that purpose, the borders made through disciplinary divisions of modern origin should necessarily be broken. The interdisciplinary perspective becomes too narrow in face of quickly oncoming changes. The analysis of the relationships of mutual covering, penetrating and complementing of cultural anthropology, sociology and political sciences shows strategies developed in these disciplines from perspective of broadening of their cross-sectional accounts, being far from their initial projects.
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SYNAT - “Interdisciplinary System for Interactive Scientific and Scientific-Technical Information”.