Frederick Turner on Healing the Divide Between Science and the Arts


Frederick Turner is a poet, philosopher and the Founders Professor at the University of Texas at Dallas. He has authored more than two dozen poetry books and philosophical treatises. With Genesis and Apocalypse, he revived the epic poem by turning to science fiction and in his research, he has explored the nature of time, cosmology, evolution, and self-organizing complex systems.

He joins Subversion to discuss how to heal the divide between science and the arts through metaphor, poetry, and understanding the philosophical foundations of this divide.

More Posts

April 26, 2021
Chase the Steak, not the Sizzle: Earned Media

Media attention can be useful, but only if you have the steak to back up sizzle

Read story
April 28, 2021
You can be rich, or you can be king, but you can't be both

Founder equity splits and why more isn't always better

Read story
April 12, 2021
Playing the Long Game

Danielle's sustaining motivation for working on 1517

Read story