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on Mar 11th 2002, 09:34:16, Jean-Claude Choul wrote the following about


Comparative cognition studies may equate or compare cognitive ability in various species, but they should not assimilate cognitive ability with thinking, as conceptual construction. I was told that my adult schnauzers would never have an IQ above that of a three year old, but their cognitive ability is far greater than mine, with my two doctorates, and my years spent studying meaning. This amalgamation reminds me of what some people refer to as »perceptions« when talking about your ideas. Others fail to see the difference between a belief and a concept. Even dictionaries associate opinions, inferences and judgment, while thinking first object appears to be distinction.

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