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Metapotention theory of Genius

Metapotention theory 2. Metapotention theory  (from Greek meta – through, from Lat. potentia – force, posibility) sees the essence of genius in his aspiration, talent...

Heroic theory of Genius

Heroic Theory Heroic Theory of genius states that a genius is a hero possessing a spiritual greatness, a magic talent, boundless  courage, fearlessness of mind,...

Universe theories of Genius

Universe approach to Genius The universe approach to genius assumes that it is based on universal generating and sense formatting  primal essences which are metatheoretical...

Worldgenetic theories of Genius

World-centered approach reveals the essential criteria of genius proceeding from qualitatively specific laws and features of its manifestation in relatively independent phenomenological worlds in unique,...

Essential theories of Genius

Essential theories IV. Essential theories (from Lat. Essentia - the essence of) reveal the essence and core universal dimensions of genius as well as...

Transnormality theories of Genius

Transnormality theories 3. Transnormality theories of Genius (from Lat. trans - across, over;  norma – norm, rule)  see the causes of genius in a...

Evolutionary theories of Genius

Evolutionary theories 3.2. Evolutionary theories  (from Lat. evolutio – unfolding, unrolling) consider patterns and mechanisms of the formation of  genius as a result of an...

Genetics theories of Genius

Genetics theories 3.1.  Genetic (from Lat. Genesis - creation, origin) theories are aimed at studying the origin of genius, the disclosure of the conditions...

Procedural-dynamic theories of Genius

Major procedural dynamic theories of Genius Procedural dynamic (from Lat. Processus - the passage, progress, and from Greek Δύναμις, "dynamis" - force) theories reveal patterns of...

Structural-functional theories of Genius

Structural-functional theories Structural-functional theories of genius based on originality and degree of development of separated complete components of personality and, accordingly, the ways and mechanisms...