Creativity in the Scientific Process Essay by The Research Group

Creativity in the Scientific Process
An argument that science is often bound by convention rather than creativity.
# 70421 | 690 words | 6 sources | APA | 2003 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2003 in Philosophy (General)

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This paper argues that science is often too bound by convention to derive creative solutions to problems. The paper studies the complex nature of creativity. The paper also discusses the limitations of traditional scientific models.

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"The nature of creativity is a complex one, especially in those fields that are generally, at least from the outside, not considered to be creative, such as science. In fact science, or at least good science, is a highly creative endeavor -- one that requires the scientist..."

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