Consicous creativity can be investigated by taking creative writing as an example. Writing poetry for instance is not only one of the best instant creative conscious acts of thinking in writing and at the same time communicating in language. Let’s say, that we are about to write a poem with the broad use of words in the English Language. To be able to do it we have to not only know how to read and write in the English Language, meaning we have to learn the gramma of the language, vocabulary and the use of different words in different contexts. To be able to write conscious poetry in the English Language and at the same time to be able to communicate something creatively in this languege we have to have the language skillset for this type of creative work. While being able to do that consiously we are able to add something new, a new set of not only creative work, but also we are able to add new meaningful words full of new meaningful corelations.
Unconsicous communication in creative writing happens at times when there is no ability to either understand nor know the words that are being written. But then it is not possible to be certain of specific corelation and whether this kind of creativity can be called poetry at all – not like white poems, that are the rare form of words being written one next to another one without standard gramma rules and conventions.
Work in progress can be not only very creative, especially when the work itself is about creativity. Our conscious mind enables us to choose ways of communication that are the best contextual embodiments of our creative capacity in creative communication and time-framed enaction. But is it only the creative communication, that opens up perspectives for creative cognition?”
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