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How do you develop common sense?

Common sense is sound, practical judgment that’s usually developed through life experience rather than any kind of formal training. Developing common sense can seem like a difficult thing, but you can easily practice using common sense by being more aware and reflecting on situations before you make decisions.

Where is your common sense?

The common sense is the link between the body and its senses, and the true human mind, which according to Descartes must be purely immaterial. Unlike Aristotle, who had placed it in the heart, by the time of Descartes this faculty was thought to be in the brain, and he located it in the pineal gland.

Is street smart or book smart better?

Simply put, a person who has book smarts is someone who is intelligent and well educated academically. Street-smart people are unintelligent and incapable of achieving a higher education, but are more passionate and can usually find an answer to a problem through trial and error.

What makes someone book smart?

Book smart generally means someone who has had a good education or has chosen to learn independently through educational activities such as reading, documentaries, and courses. Usually, someone who is book smart is also reasonably intelligent.

How do you know if you are book smart?

If someone is book smart, that means that they acquire knowledge from various reading materials, classes and general studies within an academic environment. Street smarts, on the other hand, comes from acquiring knowledge through people and life experience.

Is it good to be book smart?

Book-smart people are well-read. However, being book-smart is not everything. Sometimes people who are very educated are not so smart when it comes to life skills and people skills. On the other hand, people who are good at dealing with practical life problems have lots of street-smarts.

Is it good to be street smart?

Being street smart means you have a good environmental or situational understanding. You know what’s going on around you. More importantly, you can see what’s happening around you. You are able to make judgments on the scenario, the place, and people around you, and you are able to trust these personal judgments.