Innate Intelligence - Different Interpretations

Different Interpretations

The concept of Innate Intelligence can have different meanings to different people for what it describes:

  • Innate as synonym for homeostasis - "This is considered the most common interpretation by chiropractors".
  • Innate as a label for our ignorance - There is much that is unknown about human physiology, hence, unexplained phenomena are sometimes attributed to "Mother Nature", or "Vis medicatrix naturae" (Latin for the healing power of nature).
  • Innate as vitalistic “explanation” - If using a vitalistic philosophy, innate can be used to give a name to that which creates the vital force, often a "part" of God.
  • Innate as metaphysical premise - "When used as an a priori assumption, rather than as a hypothetical construct".

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