By taking several case studies, Michael Beaney illustrated how philosophy explores creativity and showed why philosophy and logic are indeed creative disciplines. Julia von Thienen transferred the presented approaches to the Design Thinking process and highlighted common principles of understanding creativity.
Similar to ideas developed with Design Thinking, ideas and solutions of philosophers are often regarded as wild and crazy, Michael Beaney said. However, many examples show that philosophers are creating numerous relevant concepts for the future.
If you could not attend the D-Flect session, you can watch it here: