His fourth book, points out that ambiguity, which we encounter and deal with constantly as we try to make sense of the world, is both the basis for and lifeblood of poetry and science. So, poets and scientists, at their roots, are similar – they just address ambiguity differently, and the products of their efforts to understand the world differ because their methods for dealing with ambiguity differ. Celtic Cat Publishing.
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