RE: MD creativity and intellect

From: Paul Turner (
Date: Sun Aug 10 2003 - 11:54:24 BST

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    Hi David

    dmb says:
    With all the emphasis on aesthetics one might get the impression that
    like quantum theory and advanced mathematics come from the tip of a
    paintbrush. I'd just like to point out that Heisenberg, Bohr and
    were all highly trained intellectuals who achived this kind creativity
    after years of working to master their fields. Intellect might bog a
    down if they are trying to get a hold of reality itself, but when it
    to physics and math, you better know what the heck you're dealing with
    nothing creative is going to happen. It would most likely make a big
    mess of
    things. They were working on problems of such great intellectual
    that even the brightest minds struggled. They had to be creative because
    solution yet existed. I believe this kind of creativity literally
    the universe. It requires precision tools, but is divine nevertheless.

    I agree, intellectual mastery is required and should not be ignored. It
    seems to me that such mastery should be learned as a springboard for
    creativity, as in the arts, rather than a static body of knowledge. I
    think this is what most people get into such fields for but the "system"
    may not always support the creativity.

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