I. Cognitive intelligence: verbal, mathematical, logical-analyticalII. Practical intelligence: physical, social, problem-solvingIII. Personal intelligence: self-awareness, interpersonalIV. Spiritual intelligence: transcendent experiences, ethical understanding

Well, I’d first look at commonly used definitions of intelligence. Using the chatAI that I’m hooked on to give a general summary in terse form (“one liners, one words separated by commas”)


I. Cognitive intelligence: verbal, mathematical, logical-analytical
II. Practical intelligence: physical, social, problem-solving
III. Personal intelligence: self-awareness, interpersonal
IV. Spiritual intelligence: transcendent experiences, ethical understanding

I’m ok with collective intelligence, which I consider this, for some general starting point. So what I would do, is go through this list of common views on intelligence and see if what you have fits in there.

When you find things that do not fit in those categories, see what’s distinct about yours and add it in.

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