Experience without intelligence is just information or a walking encyclopedia. Intelligence without experience is knowledge and knowledge without experience is reckless.

Experiences can be bought (and some say better than things). Intelligence cannot be bought with money (but some say it can be developed with effort and time).

Ideally, one should strive for a balance. The strategy of education is, broadly speaking, to add experiences until they match our intelligence. But what method, if any, to increase intelligence to match our experiences? Expert advisors?

Comment: By the way, I am not completely satisfied with this diagram. I’m thinking of exchanging (objective) information with (subjective) experience to have objective variables but subjective fields and balances.

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Originally posted on May 13, 2010 at 00:05:01.

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