A creative work is a manifestation of creative effort including fine artwork (sculpture, paintings, drawing, sketching, performance art), dance, writing (literature), filmmaking, and musical composition. Creative works require a creative mindset and are not typically rendered in an arbitrary fashion although some works demonstrate a degree of arbitrariness, such that it is improbable that two people would independently create the same work. At its base, creative work involves two main steps—having an idea, and then turning that idea into a substantive form or process. The creative process can involve one or more individuals.
- Dào Dé Jīng - Manuscript attributed to Lǎozǐ that is the foundational text of philosophical and religious Daoism
- Liberty - Periodical published from 1881 to 1908 by Benjamin Tucker where he and mutliple contributors developed the individualist anarchist philosophy
- Reason - Monthly libertarian magazine published by the Reason Foundation, launched in May 1968
- Books - Significant written expositions of freedom and other concepts
- Documents - Milestone records and writings in the history of freedom
- Essays - Short written compositions, such as essays, articles, papers, pamphlets or short stories
- Films - Moving pictures representing fictional or real-life events
- Man versus the State, The - Book authored by Herbert Spencer in which he argued that liberalism was transforming itself into a despotic movement, published in 1884
- Periodicals - Publications issued at regular intervals, such as magazines and journals
- Television Shows - A television program usually broadcast on a regular weekly schedule
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