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The artwork towards which academic women are going in the specializations of art and design is considered as a comprehensive philosophical intellectual system; as the academic woman while understanding art is unifying psychological elements with the philosophical, intuitive, and spiritual elements. This research tackles the analysis of the concept of artistic intuition as a compositional activity that reflects to all practical life fields but under specific humanitarian conditions that distinguish leading women particularly in the specializations of art and design. Such analysis leads to being aware of all dilemmas related to the artistic intuition and not only that related to artwork; but also, the intuition that becomes expressive in the philosophical concept. It is not separate from the state of being rather than integrating in the form of a coordinated theory with the purpose of understanding human in the different varied contexts that are in harmony with his intellect, philosophy, potentials, and accumulated knowledge.Â
Keywords: Artistic Intuition, Art Philosophy, Leading Woman.
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