See this Dennis?
Originally Posted by Dennis
Definition of INTELLECT
the power of knowing as distinguished from the power to feel and to will :
the capacity for knowledge
the capacity for rational or intelligent
thought especially when highly developed
So, your use of the word "intellect" in no way defines your approach to what turns out was based around the having
of intelligence, rather than the capacity
to possess such a thing. Just by having the ability to do or be something doesn't make it an automatic inheritance.
Not to mention, the second half of this wildly optimistic sentence makes the claim that your generation shouldn't be judged from their actions - which is a reflection of their intelligence, is it not?
I see correlation there.