Art, Mind, and Brain: A Cognitive Approach to Creativity

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NAME INDEX
Akbar the Great, 144
Albert, Martin, 276
Aristotle, 62
Arnheim, Rudolf, 47, 206, 225-26
Asch, Solomon, 159
Assal, Gil, 328
Bamberger, Jeanne, 47
Barthelme, Donald, 175
Bate, Walter, 260
Baudelaire, Charles, xi, 92, 331
Beethoven, Ludwig van, 50, 357, 359-60
Bekhterev, Vladimir, 338, 344
Bernstein, Leonard, 145, 150
Bettelheim, Bruno, 169, 178
Bever, Thomas, 329
Billow, Richard, 161
Boswell, James, 260
Botticelli, Sandro, 220
Broca, Pierre Paul, 290-92, 300-1
Brown, Roger, 162
Brownel, Hiram, 313
Bruner, Jerome, xii, 209
Burger, Warren, 310
Burr, Cyril, 184
Burton, Judy, 215
Carnap, Rudolf, 50
Carothers, Thomas, 96, 140
Cassirer, Ernst, xiii. 4, 39- 50, 56-57, 62
Céllerier, Guy, 26
Cézanne, Paul, 63
Chomsky, Noam, xiii. 4, 16-26, 28, 35-36, 38, 145
Chukovsky Kornei, 160, 168
Churchill, Winston, 193
Cimabue, Giovanni, 65
Cole, Michael, 337, 343, 346
Comstock, George, 235
Constable, John, 65, 72-73
Corinth, Lovis, 323
Corot, Jean Baptiste, 107
Darwin, Charles, 146, 193, 195, 352-53, 356-57
Davidson, Lyle, 149, 152, 155
da Vinci, Leonardo, 63, 357
de Beauvoir, Simone, 29
Debussy, Claude, 36
Déjerine, Joseph, 299-300, 302-3, 307
Delacroix, Ferdinand, 78
Descartes, René, 14, 17-18, 41, 43
Dostoevsky, Fyodor, 360
Douglas, William O., 267, 309-10, 315, 317
Duncan, Isadora, 90
Dürer, Albrecht, 69, 75-77
Durkheim, Emile, 113
Edwards, Betty, 324
Einstein, Albert, 10, 41, 62, 184, 210, 357, 366
Eliot, T. S., 161
Erikson, Erik, xii, 160, 209, 356
Faulkner, William, 331
Feldman, David, 194-95, 197-98, 356
Fischer, Bobby, 194
Fish, Stanley, 47
Fodor, Jerry, 23
Frederick the Great, 263
Frederick II, 144
Freud, Sigmund, xi, 7, 13, 18, 42, 48, 113, 336, 339
Gablik, Suzi, 74
Galton, Francis, 193
Gandhi, Mahatma, 356
Gattegno, Caleb, 303
Gazzaniga, Michael, 307, 312
Geertz, Clifford, 113
Geschwind, Norman, 293, 305, 318
Giotto, 65
Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von, 198
Goidstein, Kurt, 50
Gombrich, Ernst, xiii, 5, 47, 65-79
Goodman, Nelson, xii-xiii, 4, 39, 46-47, 52, 55-64, 95
Goya, Francisco, 78, 104, 106
Greco, El, 220
Grimm, Jakob and Wilhelm, 254
Grollman, Sharon, 171-73
Gruber, Howard, 351-56
Hamby, Suzanne, 313
Hanenberg, Jane, 178
Harmon, Bishop, 307
Haydn, Franz Joseph, 363
Hayes, John R., 196
Helm, Nancy, 276
Hepburn, Katharine, 352
Herodotus, 144

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