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Definitions

  1. A genius is a person with great intelligence.
  2. Genius is one percent inspiration and ninety-nine percent perspiration.
  3. The genius is a man who knows everything without having learned it.
  4. Genius is one percent inspiration and ninety-nine percent perspiration.
  5. A genius is a person of great intelligence, who shows an exceptional natural capacity of intellect, especially as shown in creative and original work.

Innovative

  1. Perhaps Goethe's genius, the innovative inventor, plays into this concept of ethical economy.
  2. Glynn, M. (1996). Innovative genius: A framework for relating individual and organizational intelligences to innovation.

Picture

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Power

  1. Genius hath electric power which earth can never tame.
  2. Genius, as an explosive power, beats gunpowder hollow.
  3. As it must not, so genius cannot be lawless; for it is even that constitutes its genius-- the power of acting creatively under laws of its own origination.

Evil

  1. Evil genius is a band based out of guelph ontario.
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Talent

  1. John Stuart Mill Talent hits a target no one else can hit; Genius hits a target no one else can see.
  2. God gives talent; work transforms talent into genius.
  3. This genius is a talent for producing ideas which can be described as non-imitative.
  4. The term prodigy simply denotes the presence of exceptional talent or genius in early childhood.
  5. Genius is talent provided with ideals.

Spirit

  1. Genius comes from the Arabic word jinn which means spirit.
  2. In Ancient Rome, the genius was the guiding or "tutelary" spirit of a person, or even of an entire gens.
  3. A related term is genius loci, the spirit of a specific locale.
  4. In Ancient Rome, the genius was the guiding or " tutelary " spirit of a person, or even of an entire gens.
  5. As the guardian spirit of an individual, the genius (corresponding to the Greek demon) was largely the force of one's natural desires.

Greatest Genius

  1. The greatest genius is the most indebted person.
  2. Estimated IQs of the Greatest Geniuses - Find out which historical genius is considered to have the greatest IQ - some surprises I think.
  3. Though labor always accompanies the greatest genius, without the intellectual gift labor alone will do little.
  4. The greatest genius will never be worth much if he pretends to draw exclusively from his own resources.

Genius

  1. If I were to tell you that Thomas Alva Edison had shown signs of inventive genius at an early age, you probably would not be surprised.
  2. Thinking like a genius: eight strategies used by the supercreative, from Aristotle and Leonardo to Einstein and Edison.
  3. Lucius Annaeus Seneca There is no genius free from some tincture of madness.
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Extraordinary

  1. Genius produces an imperative for biographical narrative and, concordantly, an extraordinary malleability of biography.
  2. A person of extraordinary intellect and talent: "One is not born a genius, one becomes a genius" (Simone de Beauvoir).
  3. Phil Gramm The genius of the American system is that we have created extraordinary results from plain old ordinary people.
  4. Webster's New Collegiate Dictionary defines genius as “extraordinary intellectual power esp.
  5. Both high posts are reserved for men favored by God with an extraordinary genius for swathing the bitter facts of life in bandages of self-illusion.

Enthusiasm

  1. Philosophy becomes poetry and science imagination, in the enthusiasm of genius.
  2. Aldous Huxley The secret of genius is to carry the spirit of the child into old age, which means never losing your enthusiasm.

Inspiration

  1. Better beware of notions like genius and inspiration; they are a sort of magic wand and should be used sparingly by anybody who wants to see things clearly.
  2. I wholeheartedly subscribe to the famous statement by Edison: " Genius is 1% inspiration and 99% perspiration ".
  3. As Thomas Edison once said, genius is one percent inspiration and 99 percent perspiration.
  4. As Thomas Edison once said, genius is one percent inspiration and 99 percent perspiration.
  5. Genius is ten percent inspiration and fifty percent capital gains.

Creative Genius

  1. Albert Einstein, Leonardo da Vinci, Walt Disney, Nikola Tesla, and even Mozart all ascribed their creative genius to their ability to visualize.
  2. Every person has a secret creative genius inside.

Geniuses

  1. The classical skill of the musical genius is the capability of holding many different melodies in one's head at once and knowing how they interact together.
  2. Eccentricities such as the ones conveyed by Gould are most likely because of the vast brainpower which normally comes with genius.
  3. As most children do not share gifted children's interests, vocabulary, or desire to organize activities, the genius child may withdraw from society.
  4. While the absent-minded professor notion is not without merit, a genius is just as likely to encounter emotional problems as anyone else.
  5. For more information on these etymological roots, see Genius (mythology).

Intelligence

  1. We may not learn how one person ends up with the right balance of brainpower, intelligence and creativity to become a genius.
  2. In other words, a genius must be both intelligent and able to use that intelligence in a productive or impressive way.
  3. Some people insist that anyone with an intelligence quotient (IQ) higher than a certain value is a genius.

Productivity

  1. A distinguishing characteristic of genius is immense productivity.
  2. Talent works for money and fame; the motive which moves genius to productivity is, on the other hand, less easy to determine.

Distinguishing

  1. A distinguishing characteristic of genius is immense productivity.
  2. Universality is the distinguishing mark of genius.

Schopenhauer

  1. In the philosophy of Arthur Schopenhauer, a genius is a person in whom intellect predominates over " will " much more than within the average person.
  2. Science, for Schopenhauer, shall be relegated to the boundaries of reason and, thus, the genius is precluded from entering its territory.
  3. In the genius, intellect triumphs over will: -the intellect of the genius is detached from the will and so from the person- (Schopenhauer 382).

Rsquo

  1. Genius doesn’t beget genius; genius is an end, not a beginning.
  2. It is an indication of the genius’ partial insanity that he goes to extremes and is one-sided.
  3. There have been a few versatile geniuses, such as Leonardo and Pascal, but it’s very unusual for a person to have more than one kind of genius.

Creativity

  1. The attention genius attracts may actually inhibit creativity.
  2. Free e-book course in principles of creativity, genius and personal success based on a new understanding of Solomon's "Song of Songs".
  3. But here is a biased sample of quotes on genius, work, creativity, and time, that collectively may suggest another point of view.
  4. I have become fascinated with scholastic attempts to apply Darwinian ideas to creativity and genius.

Test

  1. However, they may be better able to explain the concept of genius than traditional IQ tests can.
  2. Some believe high test scores have little to do with real genius.
  3. He has been trying to produce human life in a test tube, but as you might expect from his plodding character in Part I, Wagner lacks creative genius.
  4. Genius seems to elude the best efforts of psychologists to capture its essence in a standardized test.

Men

  1. A man of genius is not a man who sees more than other men do.
  2. It is only by suffering that the genius understands men.
  3. The ideal genius, who has all men within him, has also all their preferences and all their dislikes.

Imagination

  1. Neither a lofty degree of intelligence nor imagination nor both together go to the making of genius.
  2. Philosophy becomes poetry and science imagination, in the enthusiasm of genius.
  3. Talent, lying in the understanding, is often inherited; genius, being the action of reason or imagination, rarely or never.

Einstein

  1. Without a doubt, Einstein was a genius.
  2. Albert Einstein The difference between stupidity and genius is that genius has its limits.
  3. Albert Einstein is a prime example of a genius who was not a polymath.
  4. Albert Einstein, pop icon and archetype of genius, honored on the cover of TIME as Person of the Century.

Child

  1. As most children do not share gifted children's interests, vocabulary, or desire to organize activities, the genius child may withdraw from society.
  2. Genius is sorrow's child.

Richard Feynman

  1. Richard Feynman, winner of the Nobel Prize, was an eccentric and hard-driven perfectionist -- a genius indeed.
  2. According to Genius, the James Gleick biography, Richard Feynman experimented with LSD during his professorship at Caltech.
  3. Richard Feynman is a magician of the highest calibre." - Mark Kac (famous polish mathematician) Certaintly the concept of genius isnt so cut and dry.

Goethe

  1. Johann von Goethe First and last, what is demanded of genius is love of truth.
  2. Perhaps Goethe's genius, the innovative inventor, plays into this concept of ethical economy.
  3. Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe Mediocrity knows nothing higher than itself, but talent instantly recognizes genius.
  4. Perhaps Goethe's genius, the innovative inventor, plays into this concept of ethical economy.
  5. But it is curious to see it used in this way and I can't help but wonder why and when genius returned to its spirit state for Goethe.

Chopin

  1. The nocturnes represent the dreamy side of Chopin's genius.
  2. In a word, the polonaise represents, both in its subject and the style of music, the masculine side of Chopin's genius.

Great

  1. There is no great genius without some touch of madness.
  2. A genius is someone who has TWO great ideas.
  3. Great genius takes shape by contact with another great genius, but, less by assimilation than by friction.
  4. Of all the traits of great genius, creativity seems to be the most enduring.
  5. It is strange that all great men should have some oddness, some little grain of folly mingled with whatever genius they possess.

William

  1. William Hazlitt Rules and models destroy genius and art.
  2. William James The essence of genius is to know what to overlook.

Mozart

  1. To say that Mozart was a composer of unequalled genius is scarcely scratching the surface of this man's remarkable gifts.
  2. And, of course, similar other artists like Mozart, Michelangelo, Emily Dickinson, like them, Shakespeare was a genius.
  3. Albert Einstein, Leonardo da Vinci, Walt Disney, Nikola Tesla, and even Mozart all ascribed their creative genius to their ability to visualize.
  4. It cannot be questi Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Neither a lofty degree of intelligence nor imagination nor both together go to the making of genius.

Iq

  1. The "standard" IQ of a genius is 140 and most professionals agree it depends on which test you take.
  2. I mean, you could be a genius at sports like M. Jordan, or at film ala Bergman, and yet not have a very high IQ.

Man

  1. A man of genius makes no mistakes.
  2. The man is comedy genius.
  3. The man of genius casts light.
  4. A man of genius is not a man who sees more than other men do.
  5. Ralph Waldo Emerson - More quotations on: [ Courage] [ Heroes] A man of genius is privileged only as far as he is genius.

Mathematics

  1. The influence of his ideas for the genius model in mathematics, though, is unmistakable.
  2. Thus the work retains its theme of exalting the Men of Mathematics as paragons of masculinity and genius.

Bach

  1. Bach wrote hundreds of compositions and is considered the greatest genius of baroque music.
  2. Wolff does not, however, give enough detail of why Bach is equal to Newton's genius.
  3. In the case of Bach, however, his genius is a combination of a number of simpler qualities, all of which point to that human side.

Person

  1. In the philosophy of Arthur Schopenhauer, a genius is a person in whom intellect predominates over will much more than for the average person.
  2. They're easy to spot, but it's difficult to explain exactly what makes a person a genius.
  3. In Ancient Rome, the genius was the guiding or "tutelary" spirit of a person, or even of an entire gens.
  4. Albert Einstein is a prime example of a person generally regarded as a "genius" who was not a polymath.

Wolfgang

  1. Another genius, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, started composing music when he was 5 years old.
  2. Genius physicists, such as Wolfgang Pauli, change the way scientists look at the world.

Kant

  1. In the Kant Dictionary ( ISBN 0-631-17535-0), Howard Caygill talks of the essential character of "genius" for Kant being originality.
  2. A few years later, Immanuel Kant also addresses this new concept of genius in his Critique of Judgment (1790).

Art

  1. William Hazlitt Rules and models destroy genius and art.
  2. Art is a jealous mistress, and if a man have a genius for painting, poetry, music, architecture, or philosophy, he makes a bad husband and an ill provider.

Poetic

  1. The genial encouragement which they gave him expanded his poetic impulses and marked the dawn of his genius.
  2. Milt1 12.274 22 The perception we have attributed to Milton, of a purer ideal of humanity, modifies his poetic genius.

Nothing

  1. I have nothing to declare except my genius.
  2. Genius is nothing but continued attention.
  3. In modern society, nothing pays back better than genius, creativity and novel ideas.
  4. Mediocrity knows nothing higher than itself, but talent instantly recognizes genius.
  5. Real genius is nothing else but the supernatural virtue of humility in the domain of thought.

Ability

  1. The vastness of vocabulary and the ability to see the relationship between words is one of the major factors in measuring genius.
  2. - Thomas Carlyle, Sartor Resartus Genius is the ability to reduce the complicated to the simple.
  3. His ability to remain in a childlike state of wonder and curiosity is the essence of his genius.
  4. The ability of someone to choose and arrange the details of their creative field guided by a vision is a major hallmark of a genius.
  5. Adolf Hitler The leader of genius must have the ability to make different opponents appear as if they belonged to one category.

Whom

  1. In the philosophy of Arthur Schopenhauer, a genius is a person in whom intellect predominates over " will " much more than within the average person.
  2. The three genius of whom I wish to speak are Gertrude Stein, Pablo Picasso and Alfred Whitehead.

Infinite

  1. Victor Hugo Genius is a promontory jutting out of the infinite.
  2. There is in Kean, an infinite variety of talent, with a certain monotony of genius.
  3. Gift, like genius, I often think means only an infinite capacity for taking pains.

Average

  1. If Bach's genius is proved in this book, it is not concise enough for an average reader to fully understand.
  2. A relative Down Syndrome genius can pass the borderline retarded range and match the low average IQ range.

Attracts

  1. The attention genius attracts may actually inhibit creativity.
  2. Albert Einstein Force always attracts men of low morality, and I believe it to be an invariable rule that tyrants of genius are succeeded by scoundrels.

Scientists

  1. It is spending the sweat of its laborers, the genius of its scientists, the hopes of its children.
  2. We have a debate then among sociologists and scientists competing for the title of authority on the nature of genius.

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