Whose Truth, Whose Creativity? is an expert analysis of both neuroscience and art theory - this new book delves into the source of all art and creativity, from ancient cave paintings to contemporary art masterpieces. It explores why postmodern art theory has had a damaging impact on the art world and explains how neuroscience can prove this. Does talent spring, as Paul C zanne would have you believe, from our unconscious mind? Or does it, as Marcel Duchamp theorized, come from our consciousness? Cognitive neuroscientific psychology, a fairly new field of psychology explains a natural, mental basis for human creativity. One of the intentions of this book is to expose-in no uncertain terms-the many falsehoods and distortions of postmodern reasoning and to demonstrate how, by following this disturbing, unnatural direction for decades, the art establishment has been responsible for initiating an era of cultural chaos.