Wednesday, 3 June 2009

32. Mind forms in human communities - A.

CULTURES. There are various formally inverted dualities that may be termed cultural (including the political and ideological dualities to be mentioned shortly) but one obvious example is the perceived separation between the Arts and the Sciences, which was epitomised in the famous Two Cultures debate of the 1950s.

For the present introductory purposes it is sufficient to remind the reader that the Arts appear synthetically driven or right brain biased and the Sciences analytically driven or left brain biased. For a fuller discussion see pp. 184-5 of the main publication.

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