Edited by Viktor Dörfler and Marc Stierand
In this chapter the authors offer a philosophical take on studying creativity as a practice, using the approach of Pierre Bourdieu. In addition, the authors argue that this philosophical approach is an applied one, as demonstrated through their example of studying Edouard Manet’s artistic creativity.
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