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More thoughts on intelligence, including the importance of the ‘penetrative quality’

I was thinking about so-called intelligence again.  Here’s some of the thoughts I had: First of all, intelligence, as I use it here, means an ability to “navigate” through things.  In other words, a person who “lacks intelligence” tends to walk as … Continue reading

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Thoughts on three forms of conception

Here’s a thought I had: It seems to me that conception of the world is made up of a number of forms.  These forms are made up of different qualities and traits of conceiving things.  Each has unique characteristics and … Continue reading

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Thoughts on ‘mental fabrications’: intelligence, insight, “smarts”, and all that, with special emphasis on intelligence

Here’s a thought I had: Recently, I was thinking about ‘intelligence’.  Because this term has been used too much, and in too many ways, I have begun to see it in a particular way.  In general, I see intelligence as having … Continue reading

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