Agree with that 100%
a (1) : the ability to learn or understand or to deal with new or trying situations : reason; also : the skilled use of reason (2) : the ability to apply knowledge to manipulate one's environment or to think abstractly as measured by ob
IF you need a definition a dictionary is your friend :)
intelligence is not just one fold; intelligence can be academical, emotional, spiritual, mental, scientific, professional. you can't determine IQ by one simple factor.
i agree my umm.. friend is super smart he can just do just about anything but hes also a raging alcoholic whats that they say stupid is as stupid does
I think intelligence is almost always paired with knowledge. But it depends on what type of intelligence you're talking about and it sounds like you're referring to social intelligence?
Knowledge isn't just "knowing" things and memorizing facts. It's also about skill and understanding. :)
i would say the system in which education is implemented must change from " money mode " to " wisdom mode" ..it's that simple...once you know you have a need or purpose to acquire knowledge is more than a mere desire..that's when you walk forward to intelligence..
Don't confuse a good memory with intelligence,,lots of people do.
Intelligence is the except form of brainwashing for the time period.
10 Myths About Intelligence...http://www.discovery.com/tv-shows/curiosity/topics/myths-about-intelligence.htm
What planet do you live on.
It has nothing to do with facts...and logic alone doesn't cut it.....computers have lots of each and are not intelligent. Intelligence is the ability to understand things. To look at things and form your own judgements on them. To be able to figure out why. To be interested in asking why. To be creative.
I also agree about the importance of taking on different perspectives. Perspective is a major part of intelligence, but it is hardly brought up when someone talks about intelligence.
i don't know,, its always eluded me
That would be described as merely taking an interest in certain subjects. it's not because you don't know about 1 thing a lot or a lot of things a little bit, that you are intelligent. I'm guessing that would rather be having a good memory lol.
Yes indeed, which is why I don't consider having a good memory always indicates a persons' intelligence =D
If I had to describe intelligence, I'd say it's the ability to apply a theory to solve problems =) Whether those are difficult calculations or simply things you need to obtain to get by , ... doesn't really matter. It requires a certain insight that not everyone has as much. What do you think?
Awh I'm sure you're better than you think ;p
Hahah a dictionary definition? Charming =p