THE PRINCIPLE OF GLOBAL AXIOLOGY VERSUS THE THEORY AND SPECIAL METHODOLOGY - THE THEORY AND GENERAL METHODOLOGY OF CREATIVITY
Published: 4 Oct 2021
Abstract: The format Principle of Global Axiology - Theory of Creativity assembles reverse-retrievers the process of transcending the special theory and methodology in general theory and methodology of creativity, reported to the revaluation of the permanence of Einsteinian truth, "Science without religion is lame, religion without science is blind" of the four ever-synthesizing representative appendices: The General Theory and Methodology of Creativity marks the advantages of the diurnal preoccupations of the intellectual, placed in the service of the pleasure of movement on the table of values of the world. From the vibrational-interferential point of view, we insist on an open communication of the author (L.B.) with prominent figures of the historical time, of the present time, of the future in a continuous remark, from authenticity to universality and from universality to authenticity. Continuity is represented by the addition to eight well-known theories of creativity (psychoanalytic theory of creativity, gestalt theory of creativity), behaviorist theory of creativity, cognitive theory of creativity, humanist theory of creativity, associative theory of creativity, factorial theory of creativity, the cultural (interpersonal) theory of creativity) of the last two hours: the special theory of creativity and the general theory of creativity in the practice of TMGC / Theory and General Methodology of Creativity.
Keywords: education and creation, scientific creativity, art of education, philological-centrically culture, pag, tmsc, tmgc, transcendence
Cite this article: Liuba Botezatu. THE PRINCIPLE OF GLOBAL AXIOLOGY VERSUS THE THEORY AND SPECIAL METHODOLOGY - THE THEORY AND GENERAL METHODOLOGY OF CREATIVITY. Journal of International Scientific Publications: Educational Alternatives 19, 383-402 (2021). https://www.scientific-publications.net/en/article/1002319/
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