Explain whether intuitive, innovative, imaginative and inspirational are valid and sufficient to explain all of creativity?
In answer to your question, I don't believe that the four styles of creative intelligence (intuitive, imaginative, inspirational and innovative) are sufficient to explain all kinds of creativity. For example, according to (creative intelligence, 2010) while intelligence is a function of the individual's consciousness state, there is a spectrum of mental states or states of consciousness at the existential, the ego level, the shadow level, and the mind level. While, it may be argued that the four states of creative intelligence (as just indicated) play a part in these levels or mental states, they, alone cannot explain in total of what creative intelligence is composed of. For example, the existential level represents the individual's level of identity as a psychophysical organism existing in space and time; this level is influenced by the ...
This essay explores the issue of creative intelligence, involving the intuitive, imaginative, inspirational and innovative styles; and the author believes that while intelligence is a function of the individual's conscious state, there is also a spectrum of mental states or states of consciousness at the existential, the ego level, the shadow level, and the mind level.