R Hansen says: > You are not saying anything different here than you were saying before, that rational thought has more than one point of origin. Does the geometer develop different instincts and intuitions than the algebrist? Absolutely. But mathematics requires rational thought, which derives from a sense of reason, which has one point of origin,
No, I didn't say that. Nor do you know how rational thought operates in the brain and body and what is does and does not consist of, nor are you in possession of knowledge about rational thought that would allow you to make the pontifications that you do. That's all. If I'm wrong about your knowledge in this area, please write a book and become famous for it, because its an active area of inquiry. You can be the Galileo of "rational thought".