Clarity, breadth and fairness are three intellectual standards showed in “how art help you analyze” clearly. And I will talk about it in details.
First, clarity. The analyze skills art teach us play much more important roles in some fields than we think. To prove this point, the producer lists doctors, nurses and enforcement agents and explain how art help them in their fields. Meanwhile, the producer depict a famous picture “Time Transfix” from Magritte to indicate us that we will confront many unknown in our work, just like this puzzling picture. What we need to do is solve these mysteries. Through those vivid examples, we can know that we get lots of beneficials from art, although sometimes we don’t realize it.
Second, breadth. “Art can enhance our perception and our ability to translate to others what we see.” That’s the topic sentence in this video. So the producer shows us several normal cases in our life. In some invetigations and emergencies, a police can describe the crime scene to colleague more comprehensively and accurately, which implies art enhance our ability to translate. As for treating the patient, the doctor will be more sensitively to detect the changes in patients. This ability is difficult to be learned in school but is easy to get from art.
Third, fairness. All the explanation the producer tells us is balanced, objective and free from bias. The example she provides are true without any exaggeration. The scenes of how nurse, doctors and enforcement agents apply the skills learn from art to their works are common in our real life.
Yue, excellent work here. Your post does a great job of relating these standards to the video.