2 edition of The science of creativity found in the catalog.
The science of creativity
Includes bibliographical references (p. 57).
|Statement||by Olumide Olusanya.|
|LC Classifications||MLCS 2009/43032 (D)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||57 p. :|
|Number of Pages||57|
|LC Control Number||2005380857|
Creativity, Inc. Review. Ed Catmull is over 70 years old. And he’s still going. That’s probably the biggest sign that he loves his work, the people love him and that they all know what they’re doing. Creativity, Inc. is a truly inspiring book, even if you’re not running a company, one of my absolute favorites this year! Reflecting on the ritualization of creativity, Bukowski famously scoffed that “air and light and time and space have nothing to do with.” Samuel Johnson similarly contended that “a man may write at any time, if he will set himself doggedly to it.” And yet some of history’s most successful and prolific writers were women and men of religious daily routines and odd creative rituals.
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It's detrimental to creative expression," says Epstein, author of "The Big Book of Creativity Games" (McGraw-Hill, ). Yet it's almost impossible to conquer any graduate school activity without at least some innovative thinking.
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His book, The Big Book of Creativity Games is full of activities to stimulate creativity. I'm not sure how much the science of creativity has changed since the publication of this book, but the questions it raised and tried to answer still seem very relevant today.
The main focus of this book is education in the formal sense, and its ability and responsibility of fostering creativity.4/5.
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