Foundations of Science 4 (3):325-336 (1999)

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Joke Meheus
University of Ghent
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In this paper, I argue that logic hasan important role to play in the methodological studyof creativity. I also argue, however, that onlyspecial kinds of logic enable one to understand thereasoning involved in creative processes. I show thatdeductive and ampliative adaptive logics areappropriate tools in this respect.
Keywords discovery  creativity  methodology  adaptive logics
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DOI 10.1023/A:1009680025897
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