Consider these pairs:
τέχνη και ἐπιστήμη (?)
ars et scientia (?)
art and science
Kunst und Wissenschaft
Did Antiquity have this opposition or division between art and science? If not, when did it emerge?
When it did, how was it expressed in Latin and Greek? (I rounded up random words for the first two pairs above.)
I suspect that the contrast may be of a recent origin because
- if art includes skills such as medicine and animal husbandry it has little reason to be opposed to knowledge and
- science, as we know it, was born about the time of the Scientific Revolution?
If so, perhaps no one had reason to speak of 'art vs. science' in Greek or Latin?