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Intelligence is defined as a phenotypic behavioral trait. It is the size of the intellectual repertoire measured at a particular point in time. Circularity is avoided by defining intellectual by consensus among persons doing research in the area. Information about the intercorrelations of...
In this target article, I explore the thesis that both the natural and human sciences are undergoing—however gradually and reluctantly—a deep and broad paradigm shift. This shift is away from foundational, objectivist, atomist, nondirectional mechanistic category systems and toward...
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