Sunday, 19 October 2014

Art and Science



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An art is defined as a skill in doing anything as a result of the knowledge and practice or human skill or human workmanship. The orientation of art is thus an application of human skills. The perfection in art comes with practice or repeated applications. It is an art that pleases the senses.

But the science on the other hand is defined as a knowledge acquired by acquaintance with or mastery of any department of learning. 

The science is a branch of learning or study, which is connected either with a connected body of demonstrated truths or with observed facts which are systematically classified or more or less collegiated by being brought under the general laws. It truthfully includes methods for the discovery of new truths within its domain.

Science is a systematic knowledge obtained by making careful observations, drawing intelligent interpretations and making inferences, which become universal laws.