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Title: 芸術と科学の共鳴 --こころの本質と教育の課題
Other Titles: Synchronization of Arts and Sciences --The Essence of Mind and Problem of Education
Authors: 村瀬, 雅俊  KAKEN_name
村瀬, 智子  KAKEN_name
Author's alias: Murase, Masatoshi
Murase, Tomoko
Keywords: Creativity
Self-nonself circulation
Objective World
Issue Date: Apr-2015
Publisher: 国際教育学会
Journal title: クオリティ・エデュケーション : 国際教育学会機関誌 = Journal of quality education
Volume: 7
Start page: 1
End page: 28
Abstract: Arts and Sciences have often been considered as completely different subjects. In the present paper, however, we attempted to present a new perspective which can integrate these different subjects based on the idea that quite different subjects must be merely different aspects of the same cognitive processes of human beings. It is true that different persons observe the same environmental world differently. But, it is also true that the same person can observe the same environmental world differently depending on the different contexts. This is the main reason why there are so many different kinds of subjects We should not consider which one is right and which one is wrong. Instead, we should take account of the world from a point of view of multiple perspectives When we think about Sciences, we generally consider the general principles: reproducibility, objectivity, and completeness. Reproducibility suggests that when we repeat the same experiments we have the same results. Objectivity is that there is a clear separation between an observing subject and an observed object. Completeness means that we can describe world phenomena completely without inconsistency. Recently, complex systems sciences have revealed that all these principles are often violated because of the complex feedback loops within the systems, between the systems and beyond the systems. We thus discussed that thinking ways of Arts provide us with a complementary perspective towards a better understanding of our complex world.
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