Science and Art have a history of distinctive difference and
opposing notions of experimentation. Nevertheless these ‘two
cultures’, as described by C. P. Snow (1959), have more in
common than might be supposed. Both are highly creative, both are
exploratory, both have flashes of brilliance. They can be a
perfect complement to each other, as has been shown over the long
period in which the two disciplines have influenced each other.
It is surprising,...[Show more]
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