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Bill 17/02/03(Fri)06:13 No. 762394

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seriously, airwolf the false dichotomy between Science and The Arts. as if capital-S Science isn’t an art that requires creativity, perseverance, patience, and skilled observation. as if The Arts don’t require rigor, discipline, practice, and attention to detail. as if both aren’t cultural structures that stand on foundations of sexist, racist, capitalist hierarchy. as if they both can’t be used for purposes of enrichment and revolution. i am so airwolfing over this idea of presenting science and art as opposites, when they have so much more in common than people think.

N3X15 17/02/03(Fri)10:05 No. 762397

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>sexist, racist, capitalist
oh airwolf off

W. T. Snacks 17/02/04(Sat)22:05 No. 762440

Science is meant to research phenomena and reach fact-based conclusions. Arts are more like a social commentary that's open to interpretation. In other words, you're an idiot.

Twincess Applesparkle Rainbowfly 17/02/16(Thu)22:19 No. 762701

What, you don't think those things exist?

What, you don't think art has value?

Moot 17/02/17(Fri)11:34 No. 762713

What, you what what?

Bob Ross 17/03/10(Fri)14:58 No. 763168

I feel fairly comfortable disregarding this idea.

Convince me otherwise.

Moot 17/03/10(Fri)22:23 No. 763175

I don't think that poster's statement could be interpreted as "art has no value" because he merely argued that art has more interpretive opportunities than science does. Yet, he also forgot that most modern science is also completely up to interpretation and debate, which is a key part of the scientific process. Do some research on a database on any given concept and you will find two articles sharing contrary perspectives.

Music used to be taught as science in medieval schools as part of their quadrivium, which students mastered after the trivium. But there was also less knowledge, and as academies grow each discipline goes to more specialization since there is so much more knowledge.

It was poorly thought out and should be disregarded anyways because we have precious time before we die and wasting it on parsing out garbage is a mistake.

Spider Expert 17/03/31(Fri)17:50 No. 763779

Social commentary has value.

Closet Furry 17/04/21(Fri)10:37 No. 764538

Why do those stereotypes exist in the first place?

Surely they're not completely made up.

p4ch3c0 17/04/21(Fri)18:02 No. 764548

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Every stereotype is based on something real. In most cases they are an amalgamation of traits belonging to the worst or best examples of people in a particular category. For each trait described by a stereotype, there should be at least one actual person who displays that trait--but never one person displaying all of them.

p4ch3c0 17/04/21(Fri)23:50 No. 764559

I like Jody Highroller, I like how he unapologetically buys into the whole bling and brand name bullshit, all his music is a stereotype of the rap game life, it's a big middle finger to the idea that rap is a black thing and white people have no place in it.

People only started getting salty about race after a black president took over America.

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