They are both important things. But I say imagination. Because how can you create new ideas without being able to imagine it first? And it makes life more fun.
can't have one without the other... kind of a chicken and the egg question.
I completely agree. Without some knowledge, you wouldn't know anything to imagine. Without imagination, there would be nothing to spark our quest for knowledge.
in a nutshell, yes :)
Imagination will take us beyond knowledge, beyond our universe, back in time or into the future. To sit back close your eyes and let your imagination fly free with no boundaries is truly a wonderful, thrilling maybe scary thing but it is great.
Painting a picture,or building a bridge?
Tell some engineer to paint a Salvador Dali type painting ,and see what you get : }
Knowledge= Doctor, CEO, etc.<br />
Imagination= Cashier at Taco Bell<br />
you do the math
imagination = picasso, einstein, michelangelo, leonardo davinci, mozart.... *facepalm*
excluding einstein I would say you are correct. But they were naturally gifted with their talents to an extent. Knowledge can always be learned
thoughts on matter. are you referring to his theory of relativity? Which may have needed to be looked at from a different perspective to construct it. I wouldn't consider it imagination though
the ability to use both effectively