An Irrational Element

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From a third-person perspective, the individual's view on the matter, for what it is worth, is that there exists no such thing as a logical method to generate novel ideas or to reconstruct this process in a systematic manner. The perspective may be articulated by asserting that each significant discovery encompasses an 'irrational element' or a 'creative intuition,' as described by Bergson. Similarly, Einstein, in a similar vein, speaks about the 'search for highly universal laws... from which a comprehensive understanding of the world can be deduced.' He explicitly states that there exists no logical path leading to these fundamental laws. Instead, they can only be apprehended through intuition, which is founded on a form of intellectual love (Einfühlung) towards the objects of experience.

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