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Is Science Similar to Art in the Way of Viewing the World?
Science is Similar to Art in the Way of Viewing the World.
Both are continuously discussed, reconsidered, and redefined.
Both art and science's sole purpose is to present the world to the common people.
The study of shapes in nature can lead to theories of how nature began. Artists study the shapes of nature a lot to draw them properly. The changes in shapes have to do with Evolution, so an artist will notice that the shapes have similarities across species.
Through both science and art a person is afforded a perspective on the world around them that the casual observer does not see. Both enable a person to look at the world on a different wavelength to either see the connectedness of the world, and/or the beauty of its component parts
They both view the world in an objective way.
They both strive for a way to express observations of the world to other humans.
Both of them work with abstract and tangible notions.
They both require some degree of creativity.
Both have common goal to make our life better.
Art involves a lot of personal context and choice and strives to generate opinions and emotion. Science involves mathematics and engineering, and strives to be universal with a solid grounding in physical evidence.
Art is sometimes more interested in exploring ambiguities or ironies than it is in finding definitive answers. Science, on the other hand, is fundamentally a search for answers; it is a method of constructing models to help us approximate "the truth."
Art is an expression of human subjectivity and perspective. Science actively attempts to remove all trace of human involvement to decrease error margins from human interpretation in order to find objective truths. In this way they are entirely opposite.
Art is the expression of non scientific feelings
Art is more about entertainment than anything 'deep' and meaningful.
Science is subject to peer review approval or disapproval, art is not.
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