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Evaluating the Effects of Artistic Impregnation of Scientific Objects on Qualifiers of Perceptual Assessment Through Self-Report Questionnaires: Implications for an Emerging Experimental Neuroepistemology

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This report summarizes our preliminary efforts to delineate, at controlled experimentation, the impact of art, and artistic aesthetics, on the way we assess science. Our results suggest that the analytic-synthetic axis of perceptual cognitive handling of the scientific object is unaffected by its artistic non-conventional contextualization, while cognitive abstraction, positive emotions and aesthetic impressions are favoured. Implications to philosophical foundations of the Cartesian scientific method are considered.

Affiliations: 1: Laboratory of Experimental Neuroepistemology, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro Avenida Athos da Silveira 274, ccmn Cidade Universitária, rj 21941-916Brazil ; 2: Laboratory of Experimental Neuroepistemology, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro Avenida Athos da Silveira 274, ccmn Cidade Universitária, rj 21941-916BrazilLaboratory of Technological Innovation and Decision Making, Institute Tercio Pacitti of Computational Applications and Research, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro Avenida Athos da Silveira 274, ccmn Cidade Universitária, rj 21941-916BrazilFaculty of Technological Education of the State of Rio de Janeiro (FAETERJ) Rua Clarimundo de Melo 847, Rio de Janeiro, rj 21311-281Brazil ; 3: Laboratory of Experimental Neuroepistemology, Graduate Program of History of Sciences and Technics and Epistemology, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro Avenida Athos da Silveira 274, ccmn Cidade Universitária, rj 21941-916Brazil

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