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An easy introduction to the arts and sciences
1783 by printed for J. Exshaw, L. White, J. Beatty, T. Walker, R. Burton, and J. Cash in Dublin .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||209|
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An abundantly illustrated history of the dynamic interaction between the arts and sciences, and how it has shaped our world. Today, art and science are often defined in opposition to each other: one involves the creation of individual aesthetic objects, and the other the discovery of general laws of coinclassifier.club by: Full text of "An easy introduction to the arts and sciences" See other formats.
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