Nowadays the notion of creativity seems to have regained its force not only in everyday practices but in theory as well. However, questions remain as to what kind of conceptual work it can do. The debate on creativity involves general questions about our ways of acting and understanding and about particular fields of human experience, such as the arts. The essays published here offer theoretical investigations on creativity between art and philosophy. The light they throw on the topic at issue provides readers with important, often creative, insights on creativity and its connections with arts and aesthetics.