II. Mind (PSY)
2.2 Concepts of Perception
Article 22 - Imagination
There are principally three (3) types of Imagination: unstructured (spontaneous), structured and superficial determined by the knowledge skills and discipline of the Mind:
(i) Superficial Imagination is the creative and undisciplined visualization skills of a less knowledge educated Mind, usually identifiable by incomplete ideas, lack of cohesion, context and high suggestibility; and
(ii) Unstructured Imagination is the creative visualization of a knowledge educated Mind, mimicking superficial Imagination by identifiable by more complete ideas, cohesion, context and original thought; and
(iii) Structured Imagination is the creative and disciplined visualization of a knowledge educated Mind, identifiable by clear signs of architecture, context, purpose and original thought.