This chapter examines a complementary perspective on the organization of the mind: the question of objective intelligence. It works through an understanding of how objective intelligence could arise from adaptive control mechanisms. The primary example considered is perhaps the most fundamental one: the abstract perspective on the self that is gained from understanding the perspectives of others.
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