Creativity pervades human life. It is the mark of individuality. The vehicle of self-expression. The engine of progress in every human endeavor.- Elliot Samuel Paul
The Creativity Post is a non-profit web platform committed to sharing the very best content on creativity, in all of its forms: from scientific discovery to philosophical debate, from entrepreneurial ventures to educational reform, from artistic expression to technological innovation – in short, to all the varieties of the human experience that creativity brings to life.
Milena Z. Fisher
Co-founder / President
Milena Z. Fisher, Ph.D is a philosopher (Nietzsche scholar), PR specialist and an avid snowboarder. She was raised in Poland where in 2010 her book on the American interpretation of Nietzsche (“Nietzsche w USA”) was published and now is being translated into English and German. In recent years she cooperated with the late professor Denis Dutton (see: “Ask the Artist” project). Milena has vast experience in business; she completed post-graduate studies in Public Relations and worked in different branches of that industry – from branding to investor relations. She can be contacted here.
Scott Barry Kaufman
Co-founder / Executive Director
Scott Barry Kaufman, Ph.D. is a cognitive psychologist specializing in the development of intelligence, creativity, and personality in education, business, and society. He applies a variety of perspectives to come to a richer understanding and appreciation of all kinds of minds and ways of achieving greatness. Scott holds a doctorate from Yale University and a Masters degree from Cambridge University, where he was a Gates Cambridge Scholar. He is adjunct assistant professor of Psychology at New York University and author of Ungifted: Intelligence Redefined.
Elliot Samuel Paul
Co-founder / Managing Director
Elliot Samuel Paul, Ph.D. is a philosopher who specializes in the history of philosophy, theories of knowledge, and philosophical issues surrounding creativity. Among other things, his work explores the role that creativity plays in the moral sphere, as an instrument of personal, social and political change. After completing his doctorate at Yale University in 2009, he spent two years on the faculty at New York University and is now Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Barnard College, Columbia University. In one of his current projects he has teamed up with Dr. Kaufman (left) to put together a volume of new essays entitled The Philosophy of Creativity (forthcoming with Oxford University Press). He can be contacted here.