Thursday, September 24, 2009

In the 15th century science, art and humanism were all alike, in the simple fact that a lot of artist were exploring different things not just art. An example of that is artist looking at cadavers so they can better understand the anatomy of people and their composition. But today there is a big difference between the three. The reason being is that now most people have one profession and they stay with it. And now we are more advanced in all three so you pretty much have to specialise to do any of the three.

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