DescriptionGenerative processing is the source from which all breakthrough science are generated and all technologies are innovated. It is also the most difficult human experience to articulate. Human Generativity Systems: The Experimental Sciences is dedicated to exploring the role of the experimental sciences in the advancement of human generativity. The book brings together the most stimulating ideas and most informed insights into generativity systems, cellular information and models.
After introducing the idea of generativity systems in Part I, they examine in Part II the five phases of inductive generativity processes and the five phases of deductive generativity processes, offering case studies to illustrate key points.
Part III focuses on generating cellular information with discussions of generating information cells, as well as optimising cell assemblies where generativity processing really begins. Also examined is how we may advance our learning by acting upon phase sequences of cells.
Part IV looks at inductive, deductive and paradigmetric generativity models. Finally, in Part V, the book offers insights into the experimental sciences and the transition toward human generativity.
Human Generativity: The Experimental Sciences is the second volume in a series of three. In volume one, the authors explore the scientific legacy of generative thinking. In volume three, they introduce the reader to generative thinking skills.
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About AuthorRobert R. Carkhuff, Ph.D., is a world renowned social scientist who has been generating "The Science of Human Generativity" for more than five decades.
- publication date: 28/02/2014
- ISBN13: 9781610143028
- Format: Paperback
- Number Of Pages: 132
- ID: 9781610143028
- weight: 259
- ISBN10: 1610143027
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