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Stages of the creative process
Study of genius
Eisenstadt (1978) suggested that creative achievement, delinquency and suicide are all expression of dissatisfaction with society. As Ochse (1990: 76-77) comments, "Creative achievement, which to some extent involves destruction of current beliefs and practices, may be seen as an attack on society. In somewhat softer vein, it may be construed as becoming independent of social demands, and controlling one's own destiny."
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