عنوان مقاله [English]
The purpose of this article is to review John Dewey's views on the relation between science and art, the scientist and artist, and the audience of the work of art and the audience of scientific work in the Art as Experience. John Dewey deals with the similarities and differences between science and art in various parts of this book, which is his most important work on aesthetics, but this study attempts to present a deep-seated view of Dewey. In Dewey's perspective, the scientist and artist both interact with their environment and are active in the satisfying of their needs and are the creator of the scientific product and the artistic product. A review of Dewey's views in this regard can provide insights for solving contemporary issues in the philosophy of science. Dewey's evolutionary approach to philosophy as a unifying element in all his works, his emphasis on knowing how and showing its importance along with propositional knowledge is one such thing.