How Dogmatic Beliefs Harm Creativity and Higher-Level - download pdf or read online
By Don Ambrose,Robert J. Sternberg
In an international laid low with huge, immense, advanced difficulties requiring long-range imaginative and prescient and interdisciplinary insights, the necessity to attend to the impact of dogmatic pondering at the improvement of excessive skill and artistic intelligence is urgent. This quantity introduces the matter of dogmatism largely, explores the character and nuances of dogmatic pondering from a number of disciplinary views, and applies the gleaned insights to what's identified approximately creativity. Bringing jointly prime thinkers within the fields of inventive reviews and schooling, and in different appropriate fields (history, sociology, psychology) whose paintings relates to a few of the dimensions of dogmatism and the moral difficulties it generates, this panoramic view represents interdisciplinary bridge construction with the capability to generate new insights concerning the schooling of artistic younger minds.
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How Dogmatic Beliefs Harm Creativity and Higher-Level Thinking (Educational Psychology Series) by Don Ambrose,Robert J. Sternberg