How Brains Think

If you’re good at finding the one right answer to life’s multiple-choice questions, you’re smart. But intelligence is what you need when contemplating the leftovers in the refrigerator, trying to figure out what might go with them. William H. Calvin is a theoretical neurophysiologist at the University of Washington in Seattle. His book How Brains Think is one of the best written books on the subject.

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  1. Multi choice questions give you the answers. Do they make you think. Engaging the little grey cells to create. Think not. Were we designed to think like this. To see a menu and just select. This is not our nature. Do we become predictable. We were designed to live our purpose, to live the gifts we were given

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