Can any one help me with the meaning of this paragraph:
"We have insights into reality, we continually reshape them, putting oppositions together, arguing, reconciling on different systems of knowledge simultaneously – art and science, science and art. Not the same, never likely to form any kind of universal epistemology, but equally important modes of enquiry."
What is "– art and science, science and art" saying there? can you put it another way in the sentence so that I understand its role?
Can you rewrite this sentence "Not the same, never likely to form..." in a more understandable form? What does it mean actually?
At the end I would be so grateful if any one can rewrite the whole paragraph in plain english :)