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Part IV: Paradoxical Principle #4 > Treat Intuition as Intelligence

Chapter 29. Treat Intuition as Intelligence

It is by logic that we prove. It is by intuition that we discover.”

—Henri Poincare

Intelligence is the capacity to acquire and apply knowledge or to use thought and reason. Intuition is the ability to know without the use of rational processes, or the knowledge gained from this perceptive insight. Intuition is also called a sense of something not evident, a hunch, an impression, a feeling.


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