Compositional Homology and Creative Thinking

Aisthesis. 2015;8(1):91-100 DOI 10.13128/Aisthesis-16208


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Journal Title: Aisthesis

ISSN: 2035-8466 (Print)

Publisher: Firenze University Press

LCC Subject Category: Language and Literature | Philosophy. Psychology. Religion: Aesthetics

Country of publisher: Italy

Language of fulltext: English, Italian

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Salvatore Tedesco


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Abstract | Full Text

The concept of homology is the most solid theoretical basis elaborated by the morphological thinking during its history. The enucleation of some general criteria for the interpretation of homology is today a fundamental tool for life sciences, and for restoring their own opening to the question of qualitative innovation that arose so powerfully in the original Darwinian project. The aim of this paper is to verify the possible uses of the concept of compositional homology in order to provide of an adequate understanding of the dynamics of creative thinking.