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Ensayo Pensamiento Critico y Creativo

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ensamiento Critico y Creativo

Ensayo Pensamiento Critico y Creativo

'La interacci'n entre el pensamiento cr'tico y el creativo genera conocimiento. Eval'e esta afirmaci'n en relaci'n a dos 'reas del conocimiento'

El pensamiento cr'tico y el pensamiento creativo son dos capacidades cognoscitivas que se retroalimentan, ambas tienen doble cara. Es decir, que por una parte la creatividad permite el establecimiento de 'nuevos mundos', nuevas realidades, y por otro lado, la falta de l'mites de lo creativo as' como del sujeto creador, puede crear algo tan abstracto que no sea entendible por el intelecto humano. Aqu' entrar'a en juego el pensamiento cr'tico, que a trav's del an'lisis, la observaci'n, la intuici'n, el juicio, la s'ntesis, entre otras capacidades, permite dar forma, y dotar de un cierto orden a una idea creativa, de manera que sea entendible para la sociedad. Por ejemplo, si me propongo componer una partitura de piano, es decir dar validez a una idea creativa, que ha podido surgir a partir de unas notas que ...

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