Simon & Schuster, 1993 - Psychology - 221 pages
Leading scientists, educators, and other intellectuals explore the most mysterious of human capabilities. In 10 pieces commissioned especially for this book, today's most innovative thinkers examine such topics as the role of creativity in scientific inquiry, the relationship between evolution and the mental process of creativity, and the aesthetic experience of creative work.
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QUESTIONS OF CREATIVITY
SEVEN CREATORS OF THE MODERN ERA
THE SCIENCES OF COMPLEXITY
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