Washed pen, 2005
If we shed usual anthropocentric prejudices, we must recognize that the intelligent phenomenon manifests itself in any place where there is life. There is no "stupid life": Animals, plants, even subatomic particles denote a behavior that can be described as intelligent, and somewhat aware, in their relations with their environment. Stupidity is only found in human behavior, and perhaps not so stupid after all.
If intelligence is an exclusively human faculty, how is that the world has developed so intelligently during billions of years? Does intelligence have other forms of operating, in addition to the, say, rational mode? What does it actually mean when we talk about intelligence?
In next posts we will explore possible answers to this all-important question. Keep tuned!
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