The Double-Edged Mind: Intuition and the Intellect
by Rudolf Arnheim - 1985
Intuition is considered a mysterious gift, bestowed on an occasional individual by the gods or by heredity and therefore hardly teachable. For the same reason intuitive work is not expected to require serious mental effort. In consequence, in the planning of school curricula "solid" programs are distinguished from the lightweight ones, which give undue space to the arts.
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