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Bronowski on a Universal Method of Thinking

Science and Human Values by J Bronowski, p 27
there exists a single creative activity, which is displayed alike in the arts and in the sciences. It is wrong to think of science as a mechanical record of facts, and it is wrong to think of the arts as remote and private fancies. What makes each human, what makes them universal, is the stamp of the creative mind.

Elliot Temple on August 24, 2010

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