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ThePensiveRebel ThePensiveRebel 26-30, F 14 Answers Dec 21, 2013 in Community

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yes. Is not Einstein a good example?

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yes

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Pretty much sums me up. Logical, rational. I scoff at anything spiritual or paranormal. I'm not very emotional. Yet art is all I honestly care about. My fiction has been published and photography is a passion of mine.

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I thought being rational would be hinder for creativity

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Not at all. At least, not for me. I just appreciate it more because I know it sprang from my own mind. It's a good feeling. I think creativity is a completely separate trait which can be found in anyone.

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Only with a vivid imagination to boot. 😎

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I believe that we're all creative beings yet it becomes supressed when we become adults unless we keep it with us (because it's looked upon as ''childish'' to some). A logical/rational person would probably benefit really well from doing some painting/art or something along those lines.

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Find an alter ego

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Yes they can since a logical/Rational person has greater eye for detail they are creative perhaps in a different perspective



Certain creativity requires logic

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oH yeS, and sometimes never knows it....until they try

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there are many logicians who are very creative

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Such as?

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off the top of my head? bertrand russell

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Lewis Caroll would be another one.

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I can be strictly so on occasion, so with that loophole, yes.

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