How to explain from an evolutionary point of view, the division into smart and stupid people? Is a developed verbal component associated with a possible high level of intelligence?

How to explain from an evolutionary point of view, the division into smart and stupid people? Is a developed verbal component associated with a possible high level of intelligence?

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Answer 1
May, 2021

I say again that all people think in the same terms in different systems. Let me explain that one person believes that there is no God, but in another system he recognizes that some unknown force controls the world. Thinking figuratively, figuratively speaking, thinking occurs according to the principle of Russian Matryoshka and Vanka-Vstanka.

Answer 2
May, 2021

Research has unequivocally established a link between the level of intelligence and a person's vocabulary - the more, the smarter, roughly speaking. And evolutionarily, the difference can be explained by the influence of the environment, genes and the amount of suppressed emotions in a person. Bodhi describes concepts such as stupidity and stupidity. Stupidity is a lack of intellectual ability, complete or partial (down syndrome, for example), and dullness is an inability to realize mental potential due to a large load of suppressed negative emotions, such as anger, shame and guilt. Most people are not as stupid at the core as they are in implementation.

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