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Creativity and the Agile Mind

A Multi-Disciplinary Study of a Multi-Faceted Phenomenon

Ed. by Veale, Tony / Feyaerts, Kurt / Forceville, Charles

Series:Applications of Cognitive Linguistics [ACL] 21

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    Aims and Scope

    Creativity is a highly-prized quality in any modern endeavor, whether artistic, scientific or professional. Though a much-studied subject, and the topic of a great many case-studies, the field of creativity research is still very much an open one. Creativity remains a field where absolute definitions hold very little water, and where true insight can only emerge when we properly appreciate - from a nuanced, multi-disciplinary perspective - the crucial distinction between the producer's perspective and the consumer's perspective. Theories that afford us a critical appreciation of a creative work do not similarly afford a explanatory insight into the origins and development of the work. As researchers, we must approach creativity both as producers - to consider the vast search-spaces that a producer encounters, and to appreciate the need for heuristic strategies for negotiating this space - and as consumers, to appreciate the levels of shared knowledge (foreground and background) that is exploited by the producer to achieve a knowingly creative effect in the mind of the consumer. This volume thus brings together both producers and consumers in a cross-disciplinary exploration of this complex, many-faceted phenomenon.

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    Tony Veale, University College Dublin, Ireland; Kurt Feyaerts,Katolieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium; Charles Forceville, Universiteit van Amsterdam,The Netherlands.

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