I’m saying that culturally, there are different methods of problem solving taught. They’re solving different problems that only appear to be the same.
Look here: See that video up above?
It’s trying to tell you something.
You don’t need to comprehend it. I comprehend it.
You don’t have to agree with it either.
I don’t like what it says. I think the concept of women and men being different beyond gender and obvious things like nocturnal emissions and pregnancy is silly.
The differences as shown in this video are PRIMARILY cultural in nature.
Still, we know the stereotype that it portrays. We’ve SEEN the stereotype in action. Whether or not it has a medical basis, people believe it’s a reality.
When you deal with people who believe in that reality, if you want to communicate with them most effectively, you have to understand a perspective that’s not yours.
If you don’t want to, that’s fine. But it’s not that you can’t. Women and men are not so terribly different fundamentally. Just trained that way. I’m amazed I’d get any disagreement to that but such as it is.
Nevertheless, Plato was wrong and Aristotle after him. Smart in a lot of ways and I’m grateful, but really, the concept that there is an eternal world of ideas that exists separate from the physical world? Silliness that we believe and are taught generation after generation. Some people actually believe the universe is mathematics, rather than mathematics providing a nice model for the Universe for humans to understand. WE get things flipflopped as a species so easily. The brain isn’t like a computer; a computer is based on a human’s limited understanding of how the brain functions and is mimicking it. Oh well.