Originally Published In
Goodenough, U. W. (1993). Creativity in science. Zygon, 28(3), 399-414.
Creativity is a concept far more often associated with art than with science. The creative dimension of scientific inquiry and practice is described and compared with its artistic counterpart; similarities and differences are analyzed.
She presented this paper at the Thirty-Seventh Annual Star Island Conference of the Institute on Religion in an Age of Science (IRAS), “Creativity, Non-Conformity, and Madness” at Star Island, New Hampshire, 28 July-4 August 1990.
Goodenough, Ursula W., "Creativity in Science" (1993). Biology Faculty Publications & Presentations. 90.