It is not as though scientific and aesthetic understanding were not necessary; but they are necessary so that a person may do her work with precision and plunge it in the truth of relation, which is above the understanding and gathers it up in itself.

Martin Buber, I and Thou, Translated by Ronald Gregor Smith, Scribner Classics, 2000 (1956), 51.

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