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Levels of genius

the Genius is the highest level of development of intelligence which is characterized by commission of great discoveries, creations of immortal works of art and inventions. The genius creates rationally, quickly, originally and technically simply.

is characteristic Of genius four levels:

1. The “liberated“ genius. It is peculiar relatively or to completely mentally healthy geniuses. At them throughout all life the increased intellectual efficiency, a great interest to work remains, high speed of work and they are actually not limited to creation of ingenious works of art or commission of ingenious discoveries.

2. The “held-down“ genius. It is peculiar to geniuses, the suffering serious chronic mental illness (schizophrenia, bipolar affective disorder). “Constraint“ is observed since the birth, is followed by the mixed frustration of the personality in youth and remains up to development of an illness when the mentality leaves this state, something ingenious is created and after that there comes psychosis. After treatment “constraint“ comes back. At “constraint“ at the genius fanatical interest in creativity and high speed of work remains, but he cannot create anything ingenious.

3. “Free“ genius (most productive). Follows from the “held-down“ genius. It is characteristic only of mad geniuses (suffering schizophrenia or bipolar affective disorder). It is observed only in an initial stage of schizophrenia at which, according to Karl Jaspers, the breaking-up consciousness opens improbable depths of reason or in a hypomania stage at bipolar disorder when at the genius not only the high intellectual efficiency peculiar to healthy geniuses, but also hyperactivity and vigor is shown.

4. “Chaotic“ genius. A consequence of “free“ genius when activity and vigor increases, but intellectual opportunities decrease to the level of the “held-down“ genius. At the same time extraordinary high speed of work and different mental violations which lead to psychosis is observed.

The genius is the highest level of development of intelligence which is characterized by commission of great discoveries, creations of immortal works of art and inventions. The genius creates rationally, quickly, originally and technically simply.

is characteristic Of genius four levels:

1. The “liberated“ genius. It is peculiar relatively or to completely mentally healthy geniuses. At them throughout all life the increased intellectual efficiency, a great interest to work remains, high speed of work and they are actually not limited to creation of ingenious works of art or commission of ingenious discoveries.

2. The “held-down“ genius. It is peculiar to geniuses, the suffering serious chronic mental illness (schizophrenia, bipolar affective disorder). “Constraint“ is observed since the birth, is followed by the mixed frustration of the personality in youth and remains up to development of an illness when the mentality leaves this state, something ingenious is created and after that there comes psychosis. After treatment “constraint“ comes back. At “constraint“ at the genius fanatical interest in creativity and high speed of work remains, but he cannot create anything ingenious.

3. “Free“ genius (most productive). Follows from the “held-down“ genius. It is characteristic only of mad geniuses (suffering schizophrenia or bipolar affective disorder). It is observed only in an initial stage of schizophrenia at which, according to Karl Jaspers, the breaking-up consciousness opens improbable depths of reason or in a hypomania stage at bipolar disorder when at the genius not only the high intellectual efficiency peculiar to healthy geniuses, but also hyperactivity and vigor is shown.

4. “Chaotic“ genius. Consequence of “free“ genius when activity and vigor increases, but intellectual opportunities decrease to the level of the “held-down“ genius. At the same time extraordinary high speed of work and different mental violations which lead to psychosis is observed. The text of article is removed at the request of the author