There is a large dispute on what the main disciplines within Social Sciences are, and what goes beyond the definition, into the area of Humanitarian studies. Nevertheless, we could outline the scope of Social Sciences. The foremost subdomains are Anthropology, Psychology, Economics, Archeology, Cultural Studies, Political Science, Social History and Sociology. On the behalf of Humanities, these are Philosophy, History, Linguistics and Language Studies, Literature and Arts. Although, these two domains are diametrically opposite ways to fathom the world’s phenomena, they could lend a lot to each other. Nowadays, science becomes more and yet more interdisciplinary. Therefore, one significant breakthrough into some of the branches of Social Sciences could surge a great inspiration for Arts, and vice versa. There are many examples of that effect as the immense spurs that Marxism or Psychoanalysis were for multitude of artists, or how science fiction or “stream of consciousness” literature provoked various scientific researches and discoveries.