Posted: Jan 19, 2017 9:25 am
by Macdoc
I agree neither one or the other has any intrinsic step up on another but science, philosophy and literary criticism depend on a degree of rigor that is not required in literature.
Yet it is literature with it's emotive and imaginative power that can illustrate the experience of a particular approach to a wider audience. In it's most powerful form powers propaganda to sway. And are not many of the divisive elements in politics philosophical differences.

And write now I have a scientifically based need to sleep. :coffee: