No Other Choice

Intelligence often is all too narrowly defined.

In my view, apart from our capabilities to think in the strict sense, we have a lot of other ways to grasp the world and deal with it.

Our emotions prevent us to see things constantly in an objective and neutral way.  No doubt they serve to build our image of the world and sometimes they make us do exactly what we have to do without an interference of the conscious me.

Intuition evidently is another of our cognitive faculties.  How often are we really mistaken about people or situations when we listen to what that inner voice immediately tells us?

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Feb 8, 2010