(I know some will reject the idea of having a "line" between science and philosophy, but I don't want these answers, let's assume there is.)
We often draw a line between science and philosophy that separates between the two fields. This line is always changing, we can see it over the course of history. My question is rather simple (or maybe not?) - where is the line between natural sciences and philosophy nowadays? Is it changing even today? If so, what's the direction it's going?
I'm sorry, I know there's some clarifications needed here, I hope you can help me clarify in the comments.