You may wonder how science is made…Well, I’ll read Ana Maria Matute for you to understand itThere´s a lot of beauty in scienceHis defence of culture is based on its importance, since it determines the way in which we use the brain”. Our limited concept of it, impairs a greater intellectual and personal development, since we insist on “”.
radically differentiate culture and material world, even though they are the same thing or, in other words, they are co-existent and inter-related realities“” he told us, “”. It’s a lovely way of understanding science and art, beauty and ideas. Perhaps Moliner was thinking about the Gernika or the structure of fractals when he declared: “”.
The artist and the scientist are so similar…both seek to find an explanation of the world and transmit itNot only is there beauty in art, but also profound ideas; not only are there profound ideas in science, but there’s room for beauty too
Sara Domínguez MartínTranslated by
Diana Irene Arancibia