Friday, 11 February 2011

Art, another form of intelligence

 
"A Picasso scholar – but not Picasso himself – may be given a PhD. Doing the arts should be recognised as being as legitimate an intellectual process as critical inquiries about the arts. The heart of this argument is that knowledge can be generated in many ways other than in words and numbers. Not all that we know can be put into words and numbers, nor is what can be put into words and numbers all that we do know."

 
Ken Robinson (“Out of our minds – learning ro be creative”)


 

 
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2 comments:

Shea said...

sounds like an interesting book

Benoit Philippe said...

It is a great book. I took some notes and plan to do a review of it soon. Benoit