"In the process of institutionalizing and disciplining major human impulses, means and ends are often muddled. The methods most efficient for different endeavors are often profoundly different, some strictly empirical, some integrative, others reductionist. The goals, on the other hand, of fields so seemingly dissimilar as art and science, are found to be more strikingly similar the deeper one digs."
Greenberg, Neil, "Art, Science, Arete" (1988). University Studies Interdisciplinary Publications.