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Week 2 DQ 2

 

This Discussion Question will invite each of us to “borrow” from a Famous Thinker. Select any ONE Thinker from our Electronic Reserve Readings list who effected social change. Read the article(s) for that Thinker, and in a Post of 250 to 300 words, respond to the following questions:

 

2.1 Describe some strategies employed by your famous thinker to activate his or her imagination, such as uncommon responses, free association, analogy, unusual combinations, visualization, pro and con arguments, and relevant scenarios.

2.2 Analyze the effect that this famous thinker’s creativity has had on society and culture.

2.3 How might this be used or implemented in your problem-solving?

 

Reference

 

University of Phoenix. (2011). Week one electronic readings. Retrieved April 2, 29, 2011, from University of Phoenix, Week One Resource, PHL 458 Creative Minds and Critical Thinking Website: https://ecampus.phoenix.edu/secure/resource/resource.asp

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