intelligence

A Quote by John Pierrakos on love and intelligence

Love is the highest form of intelligence we can experience.

John Pierrakos

Source: Eros, Love & Sexuality : The Forces That Unify Man & Woman, Pages: 65

Contributed by: Siona

A Quote by Gourasana on people, spiritual work, intelligence, and effort

People turn over their lives to spiritual work to try to escape, and want all their problems to go away, be solved; but spiritual life is hard and takes all your effort. Keep your intelligence about you.

Gourasana

Source: Modern-Day Meditation Guide Book by Jim St. James

Contributed by: Dhyan Salima

A Quote by Madeleine L'Engle on intellect, intelligence, mind, and brain

The naked intellect is an extraordinarily inaccurate instrument.

Madeleine L'Engle

Source: A Wind in the Door

Contributed by: Tsuya

A Quote by Chris Langan on science, intelligence, god, creation, evolution, nature, universe, and religion

I believe in the theory of evolution, but I believe as well in the allegorical truth of creation theory. In other words, I believe that evolution, including the principle of natural selection, is one of the tools used by God to create mankind. Mankind is then a participant in the creation of the universe itself, so that we have a closed loop. I believe that there is a level on which science and religious metaphor are mutually compatible.

Chris Langan

Source: ABC Article "Off the Charts: Chris Langan's IQ Sets him Apart"

Contributed by: Creative Philosopher

A Quote by Kedar on existence, intelligence, being, characteristic, imagination, and ontology

It is impossible to imagine existence void of any intelligence.

Kedar Joshi

Source: Superultramodern Science and Philosophy

Contributed by: Kedar

A Quote by Earon on sustainability, green, environment, change, hope, intelligence, human, and divine primates

If the hole we've dug ourselves into is consumerism, it doesn't particularly help that your shovel is a fashionable shade of green.

Earon Davis

Source: Earon's writings

Contributed by: Earon

A Quote by Kenneth Smith on philosophy, life, character, nature, society, wholes, value-judgments, values, discrimination, intelligence, options, and will

As Kierkegaard insisted from his theistic perspective, so Nietzsche also argues from his naturalistic one: whoever accepts the whole must accept as well the negative, resented, embittering, contrary elements in that whole. If life and character and nature and society truly are wholes, then everything in them is in some way essential to that whole; and we cannot grasp that whole by means of value-judgments if values are INHERENTLY DISCRIMINATORY or divisive functions of our intelligence. Values drive rifts between options, they exist for the sake of the natural powers of the will which (so to speak) needs its food cut up into willable portions or differentiated options.

Kenneth Smith

Contributed by: Dave

A Quote by Kenneth Smith on philosophy, culture, intelligence, critical thinking, society, and elitism

Do you begin to understand the mischief that self-uncritical democratist opinionizing has wrought, all across the cultural universe? NONE of our political rhetoric and religious and moral and other usages can afford to be taken at face value; all deserve to be scrutinized, to be hammered and tested as heartlessly as is rationally possible. The hard labors that our whole culture has NOT done in self-testing itself for us, WE must do as self-critical and acute individuals. Just as with our genome, so too with our noosphere: there is an overwhelming mass of non-functional or dysfunctional genetic detritus cluttering up our so-called minds. The "discriminating" intelligence by which this stuff might have gotten screened has been given a bad name (elitist, if not racist and sexist) by the psycho-social pressure groups that define the "politics of identity" (i.e. which particular segment of self-enclosing idiotists do you most immediately identify with).

Kenneth Smith

Contributed by: Dave

A Quote by unknown on humility, intelligent, intelligence, humble, and acceptance

The most intelligent person is one who humbly accepts the ideas of others, and not their own

unknown

Contributed by: Daniel

A Quote by Dr. Seuss on choice, choosing, freedom, life, living, direction, turning points, decisions, intelligence, motivation, and going

You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself in any direction you choose.

Dr. Seuss (1904 - 1991)

Source: Oh! The Places You'll Go!

Contributed by: Stephanie

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