Definition of Mastery LO28329

From: Jan Lelie (
Date: 04/28/02

Replying to LO28324 --

Hello Ray and fellow LOaders,

you shone your light warmly on the paradoxes of Art and Science, or mind
and body. The distinction between the two might very well be the same as
the difference between our mind and body: neither exists without the
other. We need the mind to think about the body and the body to take care
of the mind; we need science to think about the art and we need art to
take care of science. You can have dance without words, expressions
without thought; you can have thought without dance; but the dancer and
the scientist need the mind and the body. Both can be mastered.

Perhaps we shouldn't speak about definition of mastery, but of the
processes of mastering.

Regards of the kind kind,


Ray Evans Harrell wrote:

> Art develops the body that includes
> the mind. Science develops the mind that includes the body.


With kind regards - met vriendelijke groeten,

Jan Lelie

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