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The Difference Between Being Intelligent vs. Intellectual

And which one are you

For starters, intelligence is mere capacity. It only establishes an upper bound on how much you can handle in terms of difficult analysis. Intelligent people are capable of difficult analysis, but since intelligence merely indicates an upper bound, intelligent people are also capable of nearly limitless stupidity. There’s almost…

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