Reading about the routes to persuasion, it occurred to me that most people appear to be using one of the system above the other. Some people use system 1 much more, some people use system 2 much more. ...
I read an article on thinking and choices, system#1 and system#2 etc. It is said that system#1, our 'intuition' and gut feeling, has a fatal tendency to overlook\ignore facts. We all know from ...
How does cognitive science explain the origins of intuition and intelligence, that accurately describes the laws of nature?
What is the origin of non-incremental, revolutionary intuition and intelligence? For example, a human mind like Albert Einstein's can "come up" with revolutionary ideas and theories that correctly ...
This question What optical features do we use to distinguish “life” from “non-life”? on Philosophy SE prompted me to write this question. The question poses, do we recognise a living thing, from ...
What decision problems are better answered with analytic thinking, and what are better answered with intuition?
Most Western philosophy and psychology argue that deliberating carefully and rationally is the right way of reaching a decision. "Don't let emotions turn you" they might say. The splitting of the mind ...
Sometimes I've heard people using the term gut feeling rather than their 'intuition or instinct' and I'm not sure which one do they mean. So, can both the terms be used interchangeably and simply ...
I'm looking for some examples to understand what people call their intuition at work when making their decisions. For example: We learn to type and then after some time we begin to type by ...