Creativity As Fiction by Howard Schatz Fact is seen, read, felt, heard; reality is nonfiction. That which is imagined, has not previously existed, has not “been”, can not be seen, felt, heard, is not, is fiction. Creativity, the engine of fiction; and the imagining that results from it is original, usually unique and not previously known to the world. It hasn’t “been.” I know that Descartes and others as well as neuroscientists (who can image through MRI and specifically locate the neural activity of thought and imagination) might argue otherwise. So, please, go along with my thinking on this, for...
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