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I found this book to be a very interesting read.
Gardner's theories are groundbreaking and this book is a great introduction, but also don't miss his seminal work in this area (Multiple Intelligence).
I also recommend CREATIVITY IN CONTEXT and CORPORATE CREATIVITY, as good books for business people to read on the subject of creativity.
Very good for my researches, enriching and informative. this is the kind of book I like to read.Very interesting. :-)Published 5 months ago by Cathy
Entraining and in-depth look at the lives of several creative geniuses. The author's main premise of different types of intelligence is well argumented. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Amazon Customer
Very innovative and brave on part of the author to pick up seven persons of fame and keen intelelct, from different stratas and walks of life, different countries and analyse each... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Twisha
I acquired the book for a class asignment and turned out that really enjoying this book. Incredibly insightful about some of the greatest minds in historyPublished 17 months ago by Jose
Not a lot of good studies of creativity out there, but Gardner's is a solid read recommended to me by my dissertation advisor.Published 20 months ago by Joe Russell
I haven't finished reading this book however so far it was been a wonderful reading experience dense with the history and fundamentals of creative thinking. Read morePublished on June 22, 2012 by Ben Watson
This book focuses on the lives of many significant artists. It provides insight to their life experiences which helps clarify some of the idiosyncracies displayed by the artists. Read morePublished on October 14, 2011 by C. Johnson
Howard Gardner has changed the way we think about intelligence. His seminal book, Frames of Mind, introduced the idea that the correct question we should be asking is not, "How... Read morePublished on February 6, 2005 by Walter H. Bock
I look to this book when I think about what to do with my life. Gardner is one of my favorite writers, someone who turned me on to Cognitive Science, and one of the only science... Read morePublished on March 6, 2004