posted by sammi on .
please explain : “Science gives an intellectual view of reality, and the arts try to make the emotions as precise and disciplined as sciences do the intellect. But of course it’s nonsense to think of the scientist as a cold, unemotional reasoner and the artist as somebody who’s in a perpetual emotional tizzy. You can’t distinguish the arts from the sciences by the mental processes the people in them use: they both operate on a mixture of hunch and common sense. A highly developed science and a highly developed art are very close together, psychologically and otherwise.”
Scientists and artists are very close to each other psychologically and otherwise.
Sammi, this paragraph has been explained to you 5 times in the last couple of days.
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