Howard E. Gruber has changed the domain of creative studies in several ways: by making it more realistic with his systems theory, introducing the idea of "a theory of the individual" and developing a method to this ends, and positioning the domain of creative studies where it can build on the domain of morality. He has opened more than a few eyes to a new domain--moral creativity--and this special issue shows Gruber's influence in this regard. As a result, this first Festschrift of Creativity Research Journal provides readers with unique, novel, and creative ideas.
Table of Contents
Volume 15, Number 1, 2003
Contents: M.A. Runco, Where Will We Hang all of the Paintings? An Introduction to the Festschrift for Howard E. Gruber. J. Vonèche, The Changing Structure of Piaget's Thinking: Invariance and Transformations. M. Stein, Globalization and/or a Globe of Villages. R. McLaren, Tackling the Intractable: An Interdisciplinary Exploration of the Moral Proclivity. M.F. Ippolito, R.D. Tweney, The Journey to Jacob's Room: The "Network of Enterprise" of Virginia Woolf's First Experimental Novel. S. Rostan, In the Spirit of Howard E. Gruber's Gift: Case Studies of Two Young Artists' Evolving Systems. R. Brower, Constructive Repetition, Time and the Evolving Systems Approach. F. Vidal, Contextual Biography and the Evolving Systems Approach to Creativity. G. Family, Collective Creativity: A Complex Solution for the Complex Problem of the State of our Planet. M.A. Runco, J. Nemiro, Creativity in the Moral Domain: Integration and Implications.