Brave Archer wrote:Forgive the way this looks Im typing on my cell phone.
Now that's dedication!
You are forgiven.
But it goes both ways, as always. I really upset one of my friends once by going into a long, drawn-out soliloquy about how much I despise math (she happens to be majoring in math).
Saturn wrote:I think there are two types of intellect: the rational/mathematical/scientific mind and the visionary/poetic/literary mind.
dks wrote:Brave Archer wrote:I came to this site looking for fans of his. Believe it or not there are a lot people who ve never heard of Keats where i am from. Forgive the way this looks Im typing on my cell phone.
Brave Archer! Good to hear from you!
Saturn wrote:Leaonardo was a genius though, a polymath.
I wasn't implying that the two types are mutually exclusive, just that most pf us ordinary mortals are either inclinded more to one type of brain pattern.
greymouse wrote:And then there's even a third possibility ... I was a math major and a long time lover of math, who also happens to love the arts. Math I grew up with and was encouraged to do, but I only developed a taste for the arts in my late teens, and I was almost totally on my own.
Monroe Doctrine wrote:I'm going to fight to keep poetry alive!!!
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