A few researchers of consciousness in the West demonstrate that the development of western art mirrors the evolvement of human Consciousness since human civilization emerged. This paper explores the differences in art development between China and the West by comparing the artworks in the same era. Furthermore, discussing why the Chinese scholar art over two thousand years does not reflect the same structures of Consciousness that western researchers defined.
"Comparison of Chinese and Western Arts Mirroring the Evolvement of Consciousness,"
Journal of Conscious Evolution: Vol. 19, Article 2.
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