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  1. Art can be considered as one of the types of cognition of reality, as well as science, although art is not limited to this.�
    All kinds of art, and especially the art of literature, play a big role in understanding the world.
    It is not by chance that the physicist Einstein found stimulating impulses in the works of Dostoevsky, and the philologist R. R. Tolkien found stimulating impulses in the works of Dostoevsky. Jacobson in the works of Matisse and Picasso.
    But in general, the first knowledge of the world is mainly represented by science, the second-by art. �
    The knowledge of ” science “is clearer, without depth ,of all the realities and potentials of the world. Cognition through art is more or less unstable, because the knower himself plays a huge role in it.
    However, there are elements of art in science, since knowledge is impossible without the knower. The difference is in which of the two cognitions tends to what. Scientific knowledge tries to free itself from the knower, from the researcher, and intends to make itself “objective”. Cognition through art, on the contrary, tends to involve the knower as much as possible in its act of cognition. In art, the knower (listener,spectator) creates together with the author or in addition to the author, but at his “hint”, as a result of which in especially high works of art there are two or more conceptions. And this makes the knowledge of the world even more valuable. �
    These”forms” include “morality”, which is closely related and interacts with them. Mostly with art.
    A significant part of the content of art objects is made up of moral problems. These problems are expressed in an artistic form, solved by revealing certain life situations and conflicts, the collision of opposite principles. And in this respect, people have reproduced and conceptualized the moral problems of man much more richly, comprehensively and delicately than any abstract theory or moral teaching. This, of course, does not mean that moral problems exhaust the content.
    An artist who reflects “aspects of reality, always, intentionally or unintentionally, portraying them” tendentiously, depending on the viewer and morality,
    ” in contrast to a more independent science.

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