Chapter 3

Intellectuality Dimension

“Imagination is more important than knowledge.”

– Albert Einstein

Intellectuality is the ability to have knowledge, to reason, and to understand. It is housed in our brain primarily, and requires electrical and chemical firing of neurons to function. This is similar to the hard drive in a computer—if it malfunctions intellectually, it can be affected.

Intellectuality also requires learning from the external environment, and it is stored on the neurons. Once this external learning begins, it becomes hardwired in the brain, through repetition, into memory. The memory that is formed is analogous to the software on a computer.

An aspect of human intellectuality that is unlike the above computer analogy is

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