What is interesting about the human condition is that we understand things intellectually very quickly and very well. What is even more curious is that it is quite another matter when it comes to us actually doing them.
Harvard professor Howard Gardner identifies well with this when he speaks about his theory of the multiple intelligences of the human being. Gardner suggests that man understands the world through several different intelligences, not just the cognitive. Included in there are the likes of spatial intelligence and bodily-kinesthetic intelligence, which would suggest that our physical understanding of the world may be different ...
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