I've read several articles on SRP and cohesion, and they seem to contradict each other as far as low coupling is concerned.
Articles on cohesion argue that putting closely related responsibilities together in a class
Highly_Cohesive_Class reduces coupling, while articles on SRP would argue that we'd reduce coupling by removing these closely related responsibilities from class
Highly_Cohesive_Class into separate classes ( such that each class only has single responsibility/reason to change ).
Don't the two claims contradict each other? Namely,
BTW - I'm aware of the fact that class adhering to SRP principle is also considered highly cohesive class, but in this post the term highly cohesive refers to a class that has several closely related responsibilities