ARTISTS and philosophers have usually been particularly sensitive to the fragile and fluctuating boundary between fantasy and reality. The rest of us have muddled through and felt that our personal survival was proof enough that we could make the distinction when it really counted. Our hold on the real world may be precarious but it is also tenacious, and science as a method and as a creed has been enthusiastically espoused because it has made our hold just that much stronger.
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