Collective intelligence as integral capacity
Tom Atlee wrote in an email message:
> A capacity usually involves both being and doing. It manifests
> through doing, but usually requires some form of being.
> Intelligence manifests largely through solving problems. If you
> can't solve problems of some type, most people wouldn't say you were
> very intelligent.
> Intelligence is bigger than 'problem solving', but that's sort of a
> core standard.
> Solving problems involves being able to see clearly, decide what's
> relevant, reflect on it, not be prejudiced in ways that block your
> ability to do these things, etc. These things are as much about
> being as doing.
> Does one "apply" one's intelligence, or just "use" it?
> Here's how I think about CI: