Super, a novel by Aaron Dietz from Emergency Press

Literature Is Science

Posted: September 8th, 2010 | Author: | Filed under: Especially Good, Other People, Serious | No Comments »

In an age where we are generating more content than we can possibly consume, it’s desirable to pursue artistic endeavors that can produce measurable results, and to use these results to guide future artistic inquiries.

Every artistic creation that has no measurable impact contributes to a glut of immeasurable content and distracts people from a scientific development of artistic knowledge.

In 1893, Émile Zola pointed out that so little was understood about medicine that some still considered it an art.

Today, this is the state in which literature resides.

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