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Now the untrained mind appreciates the dynamic aspect of literature, whether it be the originative mind or the mind of the reader.
BEAUTY AND THE BEASTSTEWART A. MCDOWALL
The creative power often confers no clearness of vision on its possessor; the best critics are seldom originative men.
ESSAYSARTHUR CHRISTOPHER BENSON
The child must himself be originative, directive, and executive in the learning process if cram is to be avoided completely.
DICKENS AS AN EDUCATORJAMES L. (JAMES LAUGHLIN) HUGHES
This faculty we may call the Originative or Intuitive Power, in distinction from those previously considered.
MENTAL PHILOSOPHY: INCLUDING THE INTELLECT, SENSIBILITIES, AND WILLJOSEPH HAVEN
That these ideas are to be traced, ultimately, to the originative or intuitive faculty, there can be little doubt.
MENTAL PHILOSOPHY: INCLUDING THE INTELLECT, SENSIBILITIES, AND WILLJOSEPH HAVEN
These places lay within the confines of central and northern France, the home of the most originative mediaeval development.
THE MEDIAEVAL MIND (VOLUME I OF II)HENRY OSBORN TAYLOR
Behrens was one of those vividly clever energetic people who are the despair of originative men.
MARRIAGEH. G. WELLS
Protestantism has not in the main been largely originative in theology.
MEMOIR OF REV. JOSEPH BADGERELIHU G. HOLLAND
But why was not investigation also made as to the primary originative cause of this?
ON THE NATURAL FACULTIESGALEN
This power we have termed the originative or intuitive faculty.
MENTAL PHILOSOPHY: INCLUDING THE INTELLECT, SENSIBILITIES, AND WILLJOSEPH HAVEN
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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