The riddle of The Sphinx

The Sphinx lurked outside Thebes in ancient Greece, and demanded passers-by answer a riddle: 'Which creature in the morning goes on four legs, at...

Creativity as achievement and realization of a Freedom

Creativity as an embodiment of a Freedom Sunyata as an "emptying of consciousness",  releasing from the rigid views and unnecessary attachments (Buddha, 6th. c. BC, Nagarjuna, 2nd...

Unified Theory of Creativity

Unified Theory of Creativity (Integrative, system, multifactor, complex, synthetic, synergetic, general, componential, interactionist, autopoietic) The history of the development of the unified,  theory of creativity 1. A...

Creativity as the Creation and Implementation of Possibilities

Creativity as the embodiment of Possibilities Creativity as a realization of the "Mystical potency" (Laozi, 6th c. BC); Creativity as "feeding the life" (shang yang), the realization...

Creativity as the creation and realization of the Whole

Creativity as the ambodiment  of the Whole Harmonisation of Life Path  with the Universal Flow  ("The Book of Changes" ("I Ching"), 16th -12th  century BC);...

Damage in favor

An absolute failure lived in Las Vegas. He was always losing. Suddenly, he married a beautiful woman - millionaire. They started to visit casino...

Articles on the psychology of creativity

Psychology of creativity, creative vision, creative management and methods of enhancing creativity 1. Sergey L. Markov. Kvintological approach to the construction of a unified theory of...

Creative activity

Creativity as a productive activity Taking the transcendental position, seeing inaction in action, and action in inaction, engaged in all sorts of activities, without desire...

Creativity as a Problem Solving

Creativity as a problem-finding and problem-solving Productive thinking as an internal activity that focuses on the mastery of a task (O. Kulpe, 1895, N.Ach, 1905;...

“AHA and” HAHA” reactions (a)

1. What has two hands and a face, but no arms and legs? 2. What has a neck, but no head? 3. Why did the man...

Measuring the Great Pyramid

While the famous Greek philosopher Thales of Miletus was in Egypt, he was asked to find out the height of the Great Cheops pyramid. How could...

Worldgenic theories of Creativity

Worldgenic approach to Theories of Creativity Theoretical analysis of the multi-layered, multi-sphere and multi-leveled made it possible to reduce all the richness of its manifestation forms...