Creativity and Dangerous Ideas
Added on - 07 Apr 2020
CREATIVITY vs. DANGEROUS IDEAS1CREATIVITY AND DANGEROUS IDEASNameProfessorInstitutionCourseDate
CREATIVITY vs. DANGEROUS IDEAS2Section ACreative process is made up of some six working phases and these include: inspiration,perspiration, incubation, clarification and evaluation. In every piece of creative work, each ofthese phases should be experienced severally, without any specific order and in most of thetimes for a short period of time[ CITATION Gur13 \l 1033 ].InspirationThis is whereby a good quantity of ideas is made. It is the enquiry that is based on thegeneration of ideas. The process is not abandoned by the investigation, instinct and taking ofrisks. Most individuals are surprised by where the creative people get their creativity from. Theanswer to the latter question is amongst the use of the huge piles of the bad ones[ CITATIONFer12 \l 1033 ].Creativity in most occasions is like mining of diamonds since most of what is dugis thrown. However, the throwing away of what is not needed does not make the excavating awaste of spell. Given that a person is not able think of anything that he or she is having difficultyin this phase of inspiration, then most probably this person is too self-critical or having theexpectation of the ideas coming too quickly and with ease.The inspiration phase is not given an association with a search for in the field of thecreative arts and with the given attempt to summon some deep feelings related to empathy,spirituality or an intense identification with the subject matter.This is not a kind of a phase which to have a negative or get a worry form practicality or qualityis applied.
CREATIVITY vs. DANGEROUS IDEAS3ClarificationThe main objective in clarification phase is to give a clarification or the objective of thework that is being done. Losing a sense of direction is easy while handling difficulties in theimaginative work. There is hence a requirement to at given times have disengagement to thesefrom barriers and ask yourself what exactly you are trying to do[ CITATION DeB15 \l 1033 ].In caseyou get stuck in the middle of the project, instead of coming up with a series of alternatives, it isadvisable to get a clarification concerning your destination and then having that in mind, thenhow to get there is always very easy and straight forward. Clarification has a history of gettingpeople of mire. However, there is a requirement when for example a designer is in a position toagonize between two approaches which are equally attractive and this kind of decision needs avery clear intelligence of objective.If one is stuck, lost, confused or even not certain on how he or she is going to work it out,then he or she needs what is called clarification phase and then have the eye set on the ball, havestrategy and be logic enough and keep focus on how the final work will look like[ CITATION Tur14 \l 1033 ].DistillationIn this phase, the ideas are sifted and then the judgement is evaluated in the light offindings that were obtained in the clarification phase. There is the selection of the best ideas formore development or else for better sieving to get better ideas[ CITATION Beg13 \l 1033 ].Thisphase is self-critical since it requires composed scrutiny and decision instead of the slap