The expression of the title has been used for some time to produce a concise summary of the major distinction between “art” and “science.” Our goal is to give a fuller and deeper understanding of this statement by discussing its meaning and interpretation within the context of a precise definition of science. We conclude that “Art is I, science is we,” captures accurately the fundamental difference between these two disciplines.
Beverly, Imani; Briones, Bryan; and Mickens, Ronald E.
"Art Is I, Science Is We,"
Georgia Journal of Science, Vol. 77, No. 2, Article 12.
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