noncreativity

noncreativity

(ˌnɒnˌkriːeɪˈtɪvɪtɪ)
n
(Logic) logic the property of a mathematical definition that prevents the derivation of an unproven theorem stated in terms of primitive and previously defined symbols
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Such organizations even when develop their strategy and long-term goals rely on individual decision-making with their high risk-acceptance power, as a result, turning over the position and authority and organizational decentralization increase creativity among individual in organization in comparison with noncreativity organizations which don't permit their individuals to do like this.
She settles down to a calmer life with him, goes through a period of noncreativity, but seems to reach self-realization when she returns, quite alone, to Paris, the symbol for art, love, and freedom.
Following Suppes, we will refer to these two criteria as eliminability and noncreativity. Tarski ([1956], pp.