Art Versus Science as Ways of Generating Knowledge About Materialism

  • Russell W. Belk


As Patchen’s poem clearly implies, there is often an assumption that art and science represent not only opposite, but mutually hostile approaches to revealing the world around us. Art traditionally sees science as overly cold, rational, and devoid of humanitarianism. It is seen as destroying the beautiful rainbow by logically dismissing it as so much light reflected and refracted in air-suspended droplets of water.


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