Arthur Koestler - Philosophy - 1964 - 751 pages
The author examines the idea that we are at our most creative when rational thought is suspended-for example, in dreams and trancelike states.
Roger Von Oech - Psychology - 1986 - 153 pages
When was the last time you had a creative idea? This morning? Last month? Last year? Sometimes you need a kick in the seat of the pants to get your thinking going. This book ...
Susan Kolodny - Psychology - 2000 - 154 pages
Why is creative work often so difficult? What helps and what hinders us in doing it? What makes such work possible? This book answers these central questions and offers ...
Vera John-Steiner - Psychology - 1985 - 256 pages
Analyzes the thought processes of creative individuals, suggests a model for intellectual development, and discusses different modes of thinking
Rick Benzel - Psychology - 2005 - 210 pages
Inspiring Creativity is an articulate anthology of 22 diverse essays about the critical stumbling blocks that creators of all kinds commonly struggle through in their creative ...