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The Impact of Order in Preventing Innovation

Goranka Stanic ()
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Goranka Stanic: School of Applied Arts and Design, Osijek, Osijek, Croatia

Proceedings of the 20th International RAIS Conference, December 6-7, 2020 from Research Association for Interdisciplinary Studies

Abstract: In education, schools, homes, families, institutions throughout the country and the world, the individual must be neat, punctual, orderly, hardworking, and disciplined. In my work, I analyze the impact of clutter during creation. Throughout history, we have been convinced that chance often defines the entire future of humanity, and great discoveries have not always been associated with the amount of work and dedication invested. Children are prone to clutter, waste, and unrestrained play. Rules do not burden children, and their world is open to all. Children do not know what is possible and what is not and do not understand our stereotypes and regulations. Without rules and laws, society cannot function, but progress and progress into the future always take place when someone deviates from the pattern. All institutions strive for obedience and typification of ways of thinking, which often suffocates the inventive mind. A man who is not trapped by stereotypes finds inspiration and freedom of mind and creation in disorder. In a mess, anything is possible, as in the imagination. Before any discovery in any area of creativity, a “eureka†and a “click†must occur. Materializations thrive after idea and vision. The way to reach these solutions is often inexplicable and unexpected. It requires courage and departure from the rules and boundaries of time and society. People who run the world have the burden of fighting stereotypes. They are often unsupported, misunderstood, ridiculed, and marginalized. Their genius, their freedom is revealed either after death or by a combination of circumstances.

Keywords: clutter; creativity; innovation; creation; discovery (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Pages: 5 pages
Date: 2020-12
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Published in Proceedings of the 20th International RAIS Conference on Social Sciences and Humanities, December 6-7, 2020, pages 119-124

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