un691cs at genius.embnet.dkfz-heidelberg.de
Thu Dec 1 04:38:57 EST 1994
> In article <3birf4$oe6 at nntp1.u.washington.edu>, toby at u.washington.edu (Toby
> Bradshaw) wrote:
> > (and precious few "cures") about cancer is wrongheaded, IMNSHO. Neither
> > definitions of intelligence (or its components) or environmental variance
> > are insurmountable problems, given human curiosity and ingenuity (maybe
> > the genome mappers will choose to define "intelligence" as "the ability to
> > understand genetics").
> If there is no such entity as general intelligence, then, while it would
> still be possible to define it, measuring it would pose an insurmountable
> problem for the natural sciences. No?
hmmmm. what is the official definition of intelligence anyway ? or is an
intelligent person simply somebody who is good at filling out IQ tests ?
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