* social capital is much more readily made available for science than for art
*science is much more readily felt to yield something "useful" than is art
*science is much more identified with "progress" than is art
*scientists are more held to a "social obligation" than are artists
Ethics relates science to art. There is a certain pattern of logic that leads to beauty and balance in life. Order is related to both studies.
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