The late Dr. J. Bronowski was both a distinguished mathematician
and a poet, a philosopher of science and a literary critic who
wrote a well-known study of William Blake. Dr. Bronowski's very
career was founded on the premise of an intimate connection between
science and the humanities, disciplines which are still generally
thought to be worlds apart.
"The Common Sense of Science," a book which remains as topical
today as it was when it first appeared twenty-five years ago,
articulates and develops Bronowski's provocative idea that the
sciences and the arts fundamentally share the same imaginative
Harvard University Press
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