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Both thought the artistic impulse resided in the unconscious and that it was the business of teachers, especially art educators, not to interfere with this natural process. For Read, art was not so much taught as caught. The teacher was to be a kind of midwife to the child’s creative nature. For Lowenfeld, the arts were a corrective to school practices that were repressive. Both men regarded the arts as a means of human development. Although the orientation of the Bauhaus also put a premium on promoting creativity, creativity in these two views sprang from different sources and served different ends.
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In his book Visual Thinking, he argues that perception itself is a cognitive activity: By “cognitive” I mean all mental operations involved in the receiving, storing and processing of information: sensory perception, memory, thinking, learning. The use of this term conflicts with one to which many psychologists are accustomed and which excludes the activity of the senses from cognition. It reflects the distinction I am trying to eliminate; therefore I must extend the meaning of the terms “cognitive” and “cognition” to include perception.