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GUTS IN THE EDGE OF WEALTH: An inquiry to human creativeness

Hokky Situngkir () and Rendra Suroso ()

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Abstract: Creativeness has been a hot topic of human intelligence system underlying innovations, discoveries, and many novelties brought to the enrichment of human civilization. Unfortunately, present cognitive theories relatively separated from speculative philosophical debates only to show the very slowly development, to give a picture about how creativeness works. Here we present some synthesis between neurological reentrance system, infant evolutionary psychology, and modified socio- psychological theories to construct a new view of creativeness apart from main discussion on cognitive science that so far is still much centered on the problem of consciousness. We present a random graphical model to construct what we call ‘space of creativeness’ as a bridge between micro and macro-view of human cognitive system. Furthermore, as a part of our main concern, our space of creativeness will be useful to explore the nature of the interconnectedness between human creativeness and her economic potentiality, along with its phase transitions throughout population.

Keywords: creativeness; wealth; random graph; self-discrepancy theory; evolutionary psychology; reentrant neurology (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: C8 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
New Economics Papers: this item is included in nep-cbe, nep-evo and nep-hpe
Date: 2004-05-05
Note: Type of Document - pdf; pages: 14
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