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This index section presents list of terms and concepts that occur in the book The Idea of Creativity. The book collects seventeen chapters that address the question: what is creativity. This general question encompasses more specific ones that the authors address in the three parts of the book. The chapters discuss a range of interrelated issues. They propound differing views, urge contrasting emphases, and reflect diverse philosophical idioms. The aim of this book will have been served if its reader gleans the rich and varied ways of understanding the idea of creativity.

Keywords: creativity; philosophical issues

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