Re: Definitions for Transhumanism

Tony B. Csoka (
Tue, 14 Apr 1998 02:43:41 -0700

> As for 2, I find it rather revealing that at my research group (around
> 10 people) there are one guitarrist in a rock band, one synth player,
> one organist and one professional pianist - at least among
> computational neuroscientists there are artistic people - but they all
> seem to be creating music in its traditional form (rock, church music,
> modern classical music), not trying to combine their science with the
> art. There seems to be a kind of taboo here, that one shouldn't put
> science into art or art into science. I would like to see art that
> express science and science that express art. This is why I look
> forward to the Cajal space mission - Cajal showed that science can be
> art.
> I really hope I can turn some of my research into art one day.

I would go further and say that most really good science is a result of
very creative, artistic thinking, combined with a very vigorous logic.
The two go together synergistically.