Discussion in 'General Philosophy' started by Cactus Jack, Apr 20, 2002.
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"Tyler: I do wonder about what intelligence really is though. Some people are quite brilliant at learning languages, but suck at math. Some are the reverse.
Is one smarter than the other?
Nonetheless, I agree."
Both are smart. They're just smart in different areas. This thing at school, however, claims that no matter what, we are all equally intelligent.
There can be someone very intelligent and languages and bad at math.
Someone very intelligent at math and bad at languages.
And then there's someone who's just not nearly as smart in anything.
He/she is dumber.
Tyler: I agree completly. There is no such thing as absolute equality, and that is not what the U.S' founding fathers meant by 'all men are created equal'.
They meant legal equality.
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