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What is the difference between intellect and mind?


 

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    Harish Mamgain (Harishprasad) 3 years ago

    Yes, Silva Hayes, your definition is to the point. What people are conveying through so many words, you have said all that in just one sentences, a very fine use of intellect. God bless you.

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    flysky 3 years ago

    ... a great explanation! Yes, I would also say that the mind has some extra ability...


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    Nadine May 3 years ago

    With our mind we collect and categories impressions from our five senses. With our Intellect we observe and discriminates useful from the useless and makes decisions. Intellect is a higher function of mind.


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    flysky 3 years ago

    No, there is no any special context... I think these days about this question, so I start this discussion.

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    flysky 3 years ago

    ...yes, I also think that intellect and the mind overlap. Furthermore, while the both are related to brain, the mind is not only the brain - we have some evedence from neuroscience that you mention...

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