Components Of Creative Ideas Essay

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Components de Ideas Creativas

Alba N. Torres Rivera

University Of Phoenix

Creative Minds and Critical Thinking / PHL 485

Profesora María Ferrer Torres

21 de marzo 2009

Componentes de Ideas Creativas

¿Qué es pensamiento creativo? Pensamiento creativo es el desarrollo de nuevas ideas y conceptos. Es la habilidad de formar nuevas combinaciones de ideas para poder llenar una necesidad. Consiguientemente, el resultado o producto del pensamiento creativo tiende a ser uno original. Por lo tanto, podemos decir que Albert Einstein tuvo un pensamiento creativo muy original.

El gran Albert Einstein nació el 14 de marzo de ...view middle of the document...

Sus padres eran amantes a la música lo cual Einstein también heredo ya que recibió lecciones de violín. A la corta edad de 4 años su padre le mostro una brújula y la misma le causo sorpresa y asombro por el comportamiento de la aguja. Desde los 12 años le interesaban las matemáticas (que su tío Jacob le incentivó) y las ciencias le llamaron la atención desde los 14 años, gracias a otro tío que le dio libros de ciencias desde joven. Ese interés por las ciencias lo llevó a un escepticismo poco normal para esa época, según afirma él mismo en su autobiografía (BioVida 2004). Siempre se caracterizo por poseer un carácter fuerte que iba muchas veces contra la autoridad ya que Einstein creía que el espíritu de aprender y pensar en forma creativa no se podía desarrollar en un ambiente donde se forzaba la memorización.

Se graduó de la superior en Aarau cuando su familia se mudó a Italia, ya que no quiso quedarse en Alemania. Entró a la Universidad en Suiza, donde le tomó tiempo el logar el título de maestro porque irritaba a sus profesores. Su personalidad también le causó problemas con su jefe cuando trabajo en las Oficinas de Patentes de Berna (Suiza) que le consiguió el papá de uno de sus amigos. Dicho jefe le enseñó a expresarse correctamente. Cuando finalizó su Doctorado, fue con una tesis de 17 páginas sobre las dimensiones moleculares que fue inspirada cuando le iba a echar azúcar a su té mientras conversaba con un amigo. Además, escribió tres artículos, El Movimiento Browniano, La Relatividad Espacial y El Efecto Fotoeléctrico. En 1915 hizo la presentación de la Teoría General de la Relatividad. Fue profesor en las siguientes universidades: La Universidad de Zúrich, La Universidad de Alemana de Praga, La Universidad de Berlín. En 1921, obtuvo el Premio Nobel de Física por su explicación del efecto fotoeléctrico. Fue ganador de la Medalla Copley en el 1925, es uno de los galardones más antiguos y es el mayor reconocimiento al trabajo científico. También, fue otorgado con la Medalla Max Planck en el año 1929. Este premio le fue otorgado por sus extraordinarias contribuciones a las teorías de física.

Einstein, Freud, y Franklin fueron personajes muy importantes para la historia por sus grandes descubrimientos y/o importantes trabajos. Como es de esperar, todos ellos estaban muy bien educados y fueron muy creativos. Obviamente cada cual tuvo sus razones para desarrollar esas ideas que de una forma u otra cambiaron la historia. Por ejemplo, Einstein era un hombre que desde pequeño adoraba las matemáticas, ciencias y la geografía. Sin embargo, lo que más le atraía era esa duda de qué puede haber detrás de las cosas según las percibimos, o sea, que él entendía que las cosas iban más allá de...

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