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Reply: Mon Mar 14 2016 16:22:38 GMT-0400 (EDT)
Reply To: Age of Entanglement
Paul T. Kidd 1 Contributor
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, can intellectual digestion—the kind that demands you shift views and perspectives—make you constantly intellectually rich?
Yes! When one has within one mind both art and, say engineering, one can see the world in a different way from the artist, or the engineer, and there is no communication problem of the kind that can exist between artists and engineers. The communication problem shifts to one of trying to explain your weird view of the world to others, be they artists, engineers, scientist, ...
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