Substantial – imperative theory of Genius

Substantial - imperative theory 5.1. Substantial - imerative (from Lat. substantialis-essential, which has an independent existence, from Lat. imperatum - order, command , prescription)  theory...

Attributive theories of Genius

Genius as ultimate high level of abilities   1. Supremacist Theory of Genius Supremacist (from lat. supremus - supreme) theory argues that the genius is characterized by a...

Heroic theory of Genius

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

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...

A genetic approach to the nature of genius

Sergey L. Markov. A genetic approach to the nature of genius Abstract. Іn the article the main characteristics, stages and modifications of the genetic approach...

Universe-and-personalistic theory of Genius

Universe-and-personalistic theory 5. Universe-and-personalistic (from Lat. universum - a single  Universe, Latin unio - unity, versum - towards ... or verso-twist, rotate, and from lat....

Creative vision theory of Genius

Creative vision  theory  5.4. Creative vision theory claims that the fundamental basis of genius and its source and body is a Creative Vision, which can...

Universality Theory of Genius

Universality Theory 3. The Theory of Universality (from Lat. Universalis - universal, global, referring to the universe) states that a genius has a unique blend of...

Visionary theory of Genius

Visionary theory 5.3. Visionary theory (from Lat. visio –vision, seeing, idea) claims that the basis of genius is the aptitude for universe, holistic, planetary and...

Metapotentialist theory of Genius

Metapotention theory 2. Metapotentialist theory (from Greek meta - after, through, from Latin potentia - power, possibility) - sees the essence of genius in its...

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...

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...