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Alpha (Osorno)

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ORTEGA VILLASENOR, Humberto. Tree of Life: in the Origins of Writing. Alpha [online]. 2004, n.20, pp. 151-164. ISSN 0718-2201.  http://dx.doi.org/10.4067/S0718-22012004000200010.

This paper examines an approach to Karl R. Popper’s philosophical and epistemological proposition (philosophy of science), as a theoretical framework to analyze the links between literary and visual creativity. Popper´s methodological proposal is briefly reviewed, as well as the way his epistemological categories are linked to the creative process, enriching it as a cognitive instrument. Then the scope of this instrument as a tool for proving and predicting validity, is explored by applying it to a particular case: the creative process that led to the creation of 18 original visual works that attempt to reflect the original sounds of vowels and consonants.

Palabras clave : Art; Science; epistemological categories; creative process; image and word; origin of alphabets.

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