In my levels of attainment I pretty much break things down into:
As in any group, there are a proportion of wicked people in each field that ruin things for everyone. However, when people define themselves as human beings rather than classifying themselves by their job, they can break out of their respective fields and mingle more easily with people in various fields. This type of interdisciplinary work sparks creativity and restores human sanity.
These rankings are not mutually exclusive either; however, having great artistic intuition can make it difficult to do math and science. (In reality, everybody can do everything; they just don’t know that they can or their brain subconsciously hasn’t released the potential because it doesn’t see the benefit for the organism. This is just a hypothesis.)
In many ways, society upholding science as the highest realm of thought actually hurts science. It causes science to stall. Scientists would have more to do if they saw great intuition as something they are trying to catch up to rather than something they have already transcended.
People in power often make scientists feel like they are not people and not good at anything unless they are incredible at complex math and equations. The “bosses” will praise scientists as being above all others when scientists are properly in line and give out “gold stars” to force scientists to over-concentrate on one thing and nothing more when in reality scientists could do the same amount of work and more while having greater all around perspective if not under the constant stress being put on them. Society makes people working in the sciences feel insecure about who they are – making it more difficult for many science-types to have meaningful relationships. Again, it helps grind people down and force them to be nothing more than pure math and equations. Invariably, when scientists run out of things to do, people in power discard them and look for something else more useful.