Sparks of Genius: The Thirteen Thinking Tools of the World's Most Creative People

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Houghton Mifflin Company, 1999 - 401 páginas
Exercise your imagination and set off sparks of genius. In this mind-expanding book, Robert and Michele Root-Bernstein describe the "thinking tools" of extraordinary people, from Albert Einstein and Jane Goodall to Amadeus Mozart and Virginia Woolf, and show how you can practice the same imaginative skills to be your most inventive, at any time in your life. With its lavish illustrations and novel exploration of tools as diverse as playing, observing, recognizing patterns, imaging, modeling, and more, Sparks of Genius is a groundbreaking guidebook for everyone interested in creative thinking, lifelong learning, and interdisciplinary education.

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We find that people who are outstanding in their fields tend to exude several similar characteristics. They fully understand the conceptual foundation of thier discipline, they are not bound by ... Leer comentario completo

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Are there special thinking strategies that characterize genius? How did the Einsteins, Freuds, Picassos, Galileos, and Mozarts come up with their ideas? The Root-Bernsteins, Robert (physiology ... Leer comentario completo

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