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On Creativity (Routledge Classics) 2nd Edition
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In this short text Bohm looks at creativity, what it is, what it means in human life, how it works and various other aspects. Bohm, like in his other works, shys away from any form of solid definition, this is done on purpose, rather than because of a lack of understanding, Bohm insists that any form of thought, concept, idea which becomes crystalised as the "whole truth and nothing but the truth" interferes with the natural flow of reality which is ever changing and never static, this includes ideas as well which are insights about this flow (expanded on earlier in eg "Wholeness and the Implicate Order"). In this book he considers something he calls artamovement or "the art of fitting in the flow", here the word fit is in fact the meaning of art, in fact all forms of human endeavour are a form of art. This fitting in is the way people find out whether something is true or right in a context.Read more ›
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I think David Bohm is a phony, full of convoluted, over intellectualized nonsense melded together by the sense here's a guy who is really smart. Read morePublished on February 14, 2014 by T. Coonen
A bit of a slow read but its is worth getting through it. The philosophy is readable and coherent so its worth spending the time reading it.Published on August 29, 2013 by Dissatisfied