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Metaphors of Mind: Conceptions of the Nature of Intelligence [Paperback]

Robert J. Sternberg PhD

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At least some concept of intelligence goes back to the ancient Greeks, and the concept probably goes back further, although in this chapter on historical views of intelligence, I will start with ancient Greece. Read the first page
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