Creativity –the virtue of a man

Creativity is producing and imaginative new ideas into reality. It is novel in style or properties. Creativity is measured by perceiving the world in new ways,  finding hidden patterns, making connections between seemingly unrelated phenomena, and discover and not create.

Development of creativity :

 The advancement of the modern concept of creativity begins in the Renaissance when creation began to be accredited as having originated from the abilities of the individual abilities and not God. It could be referred to as the leading intellectual movement of the time, called humanism, which developed a human-centric outlook on the world, valuing  individuals intellect and achievement. From this philosophy arose the Renaissance, an individual who embodies the humanism’s principals in their ceaseless courtship of affairs. One of the most well-known and immensely recognized examples showed in the art of the creation of  Leonardo da Vinci.

Intelligence and creativity :

The relation between creativity and intelligence are described in the theory of 4 Ps process, product, person, and place. In modern times, it is distributed in many theories like threshold theory, Certification theory,  Interference theory.

It is a common notion that  “creativity ” originated in Western cultures through  Christianity, as a grace of divine inspiration. Historian Daniel J. Boorstin said that the early Western conception of creativity was taken from Genesis.   In  Renaissance that creativity was first seen, not as a conduit for the divine, but from the  “great men.”

The creation  of Leonardo da vinci

Post-Enlightenment:

In the 18th century and the Age of Enlightenment, mention of creativity, linked with the concept of imagination, became more frequent. In the writing of Thomas Hobbes, imagination was a key element of human cognition.

 Creativity had no existence as a concept until the 19th century.  Albert and Runco argued that creativity emerged in the late 19th century with the increased interest in individual differences inspired by Drawanism’s arrival.

Modern Time :

 In ” Art of Thought” published in 1926, Wallas presented the first  time   explained the creative  process in  five stages:

(i) preparation

(ii) incubation

(iii) intimation

(iv) illumination or insight

(v) verification

Four “C” model :

James C. Kaufman and Beghetto invented a “four C” model on creativity: mini-c (“transformative learning of experiences, actions, and insights”).

 Little-c – a creative expression of an everyday problem. Pro-C – people who are professionally or vocationally creative though not necessarily imminent.

  Big-C – This model accommodates creativity models that stressed competence as an essential virtue and the historical transformation of a creative domain treated as the highest mark of creativity.

Convergent and divergent thought:

 Convergent thinking aims at for a single, correct solution to one problem, whereas divergent thinking involves creating multiple answers to a set problem. Other researchers have occasionally used flexible thinking or fluid intelligence, roughly similar to (but not synonymous with) creativity.

Intelligence creativity and IQ:

In the London School of psychology, H. L. Hargreaves kept an address to the faculty in the year early 1927, which helped to popularize the study of creativity and to focus on scientific approaches of creativity. Statistical analysts tried to measure

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