Replying to LO30257 --
Do you think that Einstein or Copernicus would be remembered today if
someone other than self had taught them creativity???
"When you are courting a nice girl an hour seems like a second. When you sit
on a red-hot cinder a second seems like an hour. That's relativity."
-Albert Einstein, On relativity
>From: "AM de Lange" <email@example.com>
> I often wonder about the academical world in which i am working. What
> premium is placed on creativity?
> For example, the university of Pretoria in which i work has some 120
> departments organised into 9 faculties. But it has no department of
> creativity, what to speak of a faculty of creativity. No other South
> African university has also a department of creativity.
> It is now 32 years that i am doing research on creativity. I never came
> across any university in the world having a department of creativity. Just
> to make sure, i made a search with Google on the web. I got only one out
> of 33 hits refering to it, namely the Aichi Shukutoku University in Japan.
> I will be very happy if any of you fellow learners can inform me for the
> How important is creativity to people? Again i made searches with Google
> and got the following results:
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