William W. York

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We discuss Paradigm, a game of intuition and pattern exploration. We make a case for the game's relevance as a microdomain for studying creativity and related phenomena such as analogy-making, high-level perception, and aesthetic sensibility. Rather than focusing on creativity in the sense of "generating output" (e.g., writing stories or making up jokes),(More)
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