|In a message dated 2/23/2000 11:17:14 AM Pacific Standard Time,
|<< intelligence as the ability to solve problem >>
|what about emotion, creativity, laughter and fun?
The sets ``creative humans'' and ``intelligent humans'' do intersect, but
definitely have not identical memberships. An emotion free human can still
have an over average intelligence, too.
Naturally, one can define ``intelligence'' differently. When one does, the
other variables vary accordingly. So called ``emotional intelligence'' would
require emotions. Personally, I would preferred some other term instead of
``emotional intelligence'', as the usage of ``intelligence'' to mean emotions
dilute the meaning of the word, and before long the word becomes useless for
Expansion of word meaning often add entropy to the semantic process.
``Emotions are the little mindkillers.'', he mumbled ominously.
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