“If we trace out what we behold and experience through the language of logic, we are doing science; if we show it in forms whose interrelationships are not accessible to our conscious thought but are intuitively recognized as meaningful, we are doing art. Common to both is the devotion to something beyond the personal, removed from the arbitrary.” - Albert Einstein
Wednesday, December 07, 2005
Aristotle's Four Classic Values
Temperance (controlling human passions)
Prudence (practical wisdom)
Justice (fairness, lawfulness)
The Catholic Church later added Faith, Hope, and Charity.