If he was half as creative at torturing people and planning his battles as he was in bed, he was more than capable of doing it.
Every night, he had to be better than the night before: More creative, more sensitive to her body.
Did he need order in his world, because he was like Ashley, creative and absent-minded?
His system is based on the unifying principle of imagination (Phantasie), which he extends to the objective creative force of Nature, as well as to the subjective mental phenomena to which the term is usually confined.
" In miracle no new powers, instituted or stimulated by God's creative action, are at work, but merely the general order of nature "; but " the manifold physical and spiritual powers in actual existence so blend together as to produce a startling result " (Dorner's System of Christian Doctrine, ii.
His own poetry has but little value; Herder was a skilful verse-maker but hardly a creative poet.
Polycarp had no creative genius.
He was not a great original thinker; he lacked the creative faculty and the creative impulse.
We find here the consciousness of creative thought focused in a new principle which is to revolutionize speculative science.
The second half of the 8th century seems to have been a time of very general decadence; but about the year Boo Theodore, destined to be the only other creative name in Greek monachism, became abbot of the monastery of the Studium in Constantinople.
Rothe regards the natural man as the consummation of the development of physical nature, and obtains spirit as the personal attainment, with divine help, of those beings in whom the further creative process of moral development is carried on.
The open source movement and Creative Commons licensing are examples of people willing to share their intellectual labor to help others.
As her observation of phenomena became more extensive and her vocabulary richer and more subtle, enabling her to express her own conceptions and ideas clearly, and also to comprehend the thoughts and experiences of others, she became acquainted with the limit of human creative power, and perceived that some power, not human, must have created the earth, the sun, and the thousand natural objects with which she was perfectly familiar.
Without that degree of mental development and activity which perceives the necessity of superhuman creative power, no explanation of natural phenomena is possible.