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Can anyone explain the duality of art and science in architecture? How can define the duality of art and science in architecture? Any information about this?
Laura
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laura snipped-for-privacy@yahoo.com.hk wrote:

Yes, in one word. Ahmed.

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laura snipped-for-privacy@yahoo.com.hk wrote:

The duality of information requires an exegesis on the information duality state of science within the arts, architecture notwithstanding. Achieving that level of diacritical analysis, the duality of architecture within the arts of science will clearly require meta-definitions of architecture, art and science not withstanding. Acquired these hermeneutical tools you will have the capacity to understand the indepth illusion of art in science under the architecture of duality, thereby achieving true monadility in the dual nature of architecture over art in science.
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Stand Back! That's a real gator, there.
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laura snipped-for-privacy@yahoo.com.hk wrote in

What duality? Art and science are only two parts, are but two aspects, of a larger whole/totality.
If two wells are 20 miles from each other, but draw water from the same aquifer, do you say they are separate and a "duality"? Of course not.
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