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Arjit Kishore Jere
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Doing MSc biodiversity.For me science is an everyday thinking process,as for art beauty is in the eyes of the beholder and literature spreads knowledge about science,arts and society.
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To contribute my views on the intermingling fields of arts,science and literature,as well as interactimg with other people who are into the same.

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The Thinking behind Science and Art

Posted on August 12, 2015 at 12:06am 2 Comments

Hello People.This is my debut blog post.All opinions and criticism is welcome.

Science and Art are perhaps the  oldest  human pursuits,and are equally hard to define.The human mind could choose different approaches for artistic  / scientific problem,although both approaches can intertwine. Most psychologists agree our mind works on 2 system principle.The first approach is truly rapid,intuitive and instinctive.It involves less conscious thought and is reactionary feelings based…


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At 8:25am on July 12, 2015, Liviu Iliescu said…

 Deat Mr Arjit Kishore

Thanks for reading my essay.

In fine art are interesting phenomena resulting from compositions

sometimes strangely content.

I will be happy to answer of your questions




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