RICHARD: One’s native intelligence cannot operate and function cleanly and clearly whilst ‘I’ am in there trying to run the show. The nearest thing to what I call native intelligence is known as commonsense in the ‘real world’. Intuition, be it of the NDA variety, or any other variety is affectively-based … thus you would be relying on the notoriously unreliable feelings to be the arbiter of what is appropriate or inappropriate action.
RICHARD: I use the phrase native intelligence in the meaning of 💠‘autochthonous acumen’ or 💠‘indigenous prudence’ or 💠‘congenital judicity’. I am meaning a down-to-earth and matter-of-fact practicality … an innate sensibility. Intuition is not sensible.