What is Janusian Thinking? Some of the best inventors, creators and inventions have brought two opposites together to create something new, unique and useful.
In 1979, Dr. Albert Rothenberg, a noted researcher on the creative process, coined the term "Janusian Thinking" for the Roman god Janus, who had two faces that looked in opposite directions. Dr. Rothenberg saw elements of Janusian Thinking in the works of Einstein, Picasso and Mozart. Also -- if you look at everyday objects… Continue