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The Theory of Creativity

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Creativity fascinates me.

Not just the process — though obviously, that also holds a fair amount of appeal to me — but the theory of it. Some will argue that emotions are what set us, humans, apart from the rest of the animal kingdom, but we’re now seeing that animals of all sorts are also capable of emotions. Of feeling beyond the baser needs of hunger, rest, shelter, and…other things.




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J.D. Cunegan

J.D. Cunegan

J.D. Cunegan is a self-published author known for his fast-paced unique brand of storytelling, an avid reader, and lover of all things creative.

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