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Art SVG is a process of activity that creates qualitatively new materials and spiritual values or the result of creating an objectively new one. The main criterion that distinguishes creativity from manufacturing (production) is the uniqueness of its result. The result of creativity cannot be directly deduced from the initial conditions. Nobody but the author can get exactly the same result, if you create the same initial situation for him. Thus, in the process of creativity the author invests in the material, except for work, some irreducible to labor operations or a logical conclusion of the possibility, expresses in the end result some aspects of his personality. It is this fact that gives the products of creativity additional value in comparison with the products of production. Not only the result, but also the process itself has value in Art SVG.

An illustration of the irreducibility of the process and the result of creativity to a logical conclusion from the known positions can serve the words of Niels Bohr: “This theory is not crazy enough to be true.

Art SVG is a thought process of free realization in the outside world, including with the help of tools, inner feelings of a person who is of interest to him and others and has an aesthetic value. An essential element of human creative activity, expressed in the construction of the image of the products of labor, as well as providing the creation of a program of behavior in cases where the problem situation is characterized by uncertainty, is the imagination.

Types of Art SVG

There are different kinds of creativity:

  • Production-technical
  • inventive
  • scientific
  • legal
  • political
  • social
  • managerial
  • entrepreneurial
  • philosophical
  • cultural
  • pedagogical
  • artistic
  • mythological
  • religious
  • musical
  • everyday
  • sporty
  • game

In other words, the types of creativity correspond to the types of practical and spiritual activities. Vitaly Tepikin, a researcher of human creativity and the phenomenon of intellectuals, singles out artistic, scientific, technical, sports and tactical, as well as military tactical creativity as independent types.

С. L. Rubinstein pointed out the characteristic features of inventive creativity for the first time: “The specificity of invention, which distinguishes it from other forms of creative intellectual activity, lies in the fact that it must create a thing, a real object, a mechanism or a technique that solves a certain problem. This defines the originality of the inventor’s creative work: the inventor must introduce something new into the context of reality, into the actual course of some activity. This is something other than to solve a theoretical problem in which a limited number of abstract conditions must be taken into account. At the same time, reality is historically mediated by human activity and technology: it embodies the historical development of scientific thought. Therefore, in the process of invention it is necessary to proceed from the context of reality, in which something new is required to be introduced, and to take into account the appropriate scientific context. This determines the general direction and specific nature of the various links in the process of invention.

Art SVG as a process

As early as in the 19th century, Hermann Helmholtz described the process of scientific discoveries “from within”. In these self-observations, the stages of preparation, incubation and illumination are already outlined. Helmholtz wrote about how his scientific ideas were born:

These happy naiveties often invade his head so quietly that you will not immediately notice their significance, sometimes only by chance will indicate later, when and under what circumstances they came: there is a thought in his head, and where it comes from – you do not know it yourself.

But in other cases, the thought suddenly overshadows us, without effort, as an inspiration.

As far as I can tell from personal experience, it is never born in the tired brain and never – at the desk. Every time I had to turn over my task in every possible way, so that all its curves and plexuses lay firmly in my head and could be passed again by heart, without the help of writing.

It is usually impossible to reach this point without long work. Then, when the fatigue had passed, it took an hour full of bodily freshness and a sense of calm well-being – and only then did good ideas come up. Often … they would appear in the morning when they woke up, as Gauss had also noticed.

They were especially eager to come… in the hours of leisurely ascent through the wooded mountains, on a sunny day. The smallest amount of alcohol scared them away (Adamar J.).


Reflecting on the nature of the unconscious phase of the creative process (on the example of mathematical creativity), Poincaré presents it as the result of the work of two mechanisms that carry out 1) the combination of elements of future ideas and 2) the selection of useful combinations. Questions arise: what kind of particles take part in unconscious combination and how does the combination take place; how does the “filter” act, and by what characteristics does it select the “useful” combinations (“and some others, which have useful characteristics, which the inventor then rejects”), passing them into the consciousness? Poincare gives the following answer.

The initial conscious work on the task actualizes, “moves” those elements of future combinations that are relevant to it. Then, unless, of course, the task is solved immediately, there comes a period of unconscious work on the task. While consciousness is busy with very different things, in the subconscious the impulse particles continue their dance, colliding and forming various combinations. Which of these combinations fall into the consciousness? These combinations are “the most beautiful, that is, those that most affect this special sense of mathematical beauty, known to all mathematicians and inaccessible to the profane to such an extent that they are often inclined to laugh at him. What are the characteristics of these beautiful combinations? “These are those whose elements are harmoniously arranged so that the mind can grasp them without effort, guessing the details. This harmony serves both to satisfy our aesthetic senses and to help our minds, it supports them and guides them. This harmony gives us an opportunity to feel the mathematical law,” writes Poincare. – Thus, this special aesthetic feeling plays the role of a grid, and this explains why the one who is deprived of it will never become a real inventor.