• Karan
    1
    "Knowledge draws fear and also corrupt intelligence. Instinct is a better complement for knowledge."

    What about this statement - Completely flawed? Holds true with exception(what kind of exception, if any)
  • CasKev
    245
    @Karan Not sure... Can you give examples of how knowledge draws fear and corrupts intelligence, and how instinct complements knowledge?
  • Bitter Crank
    3.6k
    As it stands, your post is incoherent.
  • Nils Loc
    230
    If we drop Bitter Crank into the Democratic Republic of Congo his fear will guide his reason in a spectacular way.

    The question is what does he know about the place he has found himself in and will that help him get to where he wants to go.

    Knowledge and instinct are complimentary if and when they work together well.
  • MPen89
    17
    Knowledge and instinct are complimentary if and when they work together well.Nils Loc

    nice
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