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  1. Counterfactual Imagination as a Mental Tool for Innovation.Monika Chylińska - 2017 - Avant: Trends in Interdisciplinary Studies 8 (T):241-253.
    In the article I demonstrate some of the possible ways by which counterfactual im⁠agination can lead people to innovation and the creation of novel and valuable solutions. I start with adopting the broad definition of counterfactuals, by which counterfactual imagination is understood as the ability to imagine alternative states of affairs which can relate to the past, present or future. I explain how counterfactual imagination differs from other sorts of imaginative and creative thoughts, pointing out that counterfactual types of thinking (...)
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