25 Retrospective Creativity revisited 033111

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Ω 0 Creativity  Revisited
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AD  1450 A Creativity Project
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AD  1450 What do you think after  seeing the video?
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AD  1450 Creativity There are indeed certain instances in  which social/cultural realities largely  determine the possibility or lack of  possibility for developing creativity in a  given field.                                D. H. Feldman
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AD  1450 Creativity and Freedom So you feel that creativity comes from a  balance of regimentation and freedom?  Yes,  but  freedom is most important of all.    Genius lies in developing complete and  perfect freedom within a human being. —Dr. Yoshiro NakaMats (The man who has more patents  than any other person)
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AD  1450 Creativity and Freedom Creativity is the engine that  drives cultural evolution. —M. Csikszentmihalyi
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AD  1450 Mesopotamian Creativity Agriculture      Cities      Differentiate  occupation Advances in metal use Invasion brought new  knowledge Hebrew religion  (separated from others)
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Egyptian Creativity  Initially highly innovative  Hieroglyphics  Religious beliefs Pyramids Valued priests  Isolated culture
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Indian Creativity  Often invaded  Caste system  Religion Hinduism  Jainism Sikhism Buddhism  Concept of zero  Buildings
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Chinese Creativity Rarely invaded Writing methods and  materials Bureaucracy based  upon Confucius Gun powder Compass
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