creative

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It would not be in accord with creative energy that I should go backward.

After that, I hope to be able to recreate my creative faculty.

On what agonies of creative and original minds is the safety of their homes based?

Of the creative arts, there is one part purer or more akin to knowledge than the other.

Of the creative arts, then, we may make two classes—the less exact and the more exact.

There is more rhythm than reason; the creative power of imagination is wanting.

The creative power abating is supplemented by a mechanical process.

Because when they speak of nature they seem to mean the first creative power.

But it is impossible that the creative power should exclude itself.

Perhaps these subject-lenses have a creative power; perhaps there are no objects.

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