cicerone imposter wrote:
However, some "science" is involved when logic is required to arrive at the correct conclusion. Otherwise, it is a mental calisthenics that requires knowledge about the subject being discussed.
Too true Cicerone. Science is use in art all the time. Math is used in art all the time. Science and Art are not mutually exclusive.
What C does not see, is that there is no difference between logic and science, or logic and math; which have their place in the physical world, and which we conceive of as a problem, when in fact, we have the technology we need for the physical world if we can manage our affairs in the moral world... Physics has long ceased being a branch of philosophy that has born fruit for humanity, and now offers only more exotic styles of death... It is in morality, and in the answering of moral questions to consensus where philosophy finds its true path...