Re: Technology, evolution, intelligence
Cal Eastman (shiva@FREENET.SCRI.FSU.EDU)
Thu, 9 Feb 1995 17:15:43 -0500
Id agree intelligence was in place before the accumulatio of "knowledge"
and "wisdom", however im loathe to say that intelligence has not
continued to develop over the last half a million, fifty thousand,or ten
years. evolution is an ongoing process, and the structures, and
pressures, and paradigms of the agricultural and industrial revolutions,
as well as teh current information age revolution, put evolutionary
pressurse which shape intelligence, as well as widom and knowledge.
On Wed, 8 Feb 1995, James Barnes wrote:
> Regarding Matt Tomaso and Cal Eastman's postings re: the agri. and
> indus. revolutions, I think we may be talking about two different things.
> Let's not confuse "intelligence",, i.e., the ability to process information,
> with "wisdom" which is the accumulation of enough knowledge to make
> more accurate associations between our actions and their ultimate
> consequences. I would still argue that "intelligence" was pretty much
> "in place" prior to these two events.