The Anthropomorphication of Science

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Sarah Curtiss

San Francisco, United States

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Hardcover Journal Size
Width 5.2″
Height 7.3″

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  • 90gsm paper stock
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Artist's Description

page 22-23 from Everything IS, a visual and philosophical theory of everything

Anthropomorphize: to attribute human form or personality to something that is not human.

I would like to remove the “naughty science” ban against anthropomorphizing that has constrained human science from Newton to the present. Humans seem especially unable to anthropomorphize that which is either too small (a photon, a molecule, a virus) or too large (a star, a galaxy, a cluster of galaxies). Why? This simple change in our thinking would put us into a pattern that repeats endlessly…grouping, disassembling and regrouping.

These thoughts allow religion, philosophy and art to be compatible with science. Are we the cultural, artistic, political, technical…achievements of our inner cosmos? Are we creating other entities through the groupings involved in our own cultural, artistic, political, technical… achievements?

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