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Scientists call a theory that unites many ideas in a simple way "beautiful." Are unity and simplicity among the criteria of beauty outside of science? Support your answer


    The first statement is a philosophical statement, and few scientists are into philosophy.
    The second sentence assumes that unity and simplicity are criteria in science.

    I reject your premise, and your conclusion in the second statement.

    Any answer here is correct, just make an argument that supports your premise. Do a better job with that than the person who wrote this question.

    If you are doing this in physics, I really wonder what you are doing in physics.

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