What About Art?

I find scientific truths impersonal, thus not limited by the linguistic mediums in which they find expression; even though the grasping of these truths can only attained through a linguistic process.

Still, one can’t help but agree, to a degree, with Croce’s proposition that with regards to a true work of art – there’s no tangible reality. But of course a curious character will find that particular ‘Philosophy of the Spirit’ a concept relatively easy to conceive and perceive, if one takes the position that communication through the medium of art consists completely of the utility of mental faculty.

But whether your leanings are creative or scientific, the grounds are always common, unless someone’s love for dominion destroys the relation through vanity.

© Heath Muchena, 2016

5 Comments on “What About Art?”

  1. In the modern world, technology is our art, to a degree, and is creative. However, nothing in the three-dimensional world of the scientists can describe anything in nature, except by breaking it down into pieces.

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  2. I of July says:

    an accurate view 🙂


  3. Colin Newton says:

    At first I accidentally read the line: “One can’t help but agree with a degree.” Haw. Scientific truths, while testable, are taken in part based on our faith with those doing the tests; we have to agree with those who have the degrees.

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  5. I of July says:

    That’s hilarious – ‘help but agree with a degree’… bless those who still believe it means anything to have a degree 🙂


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