how to understand this sentence? here pre-wired means? these ways of thinking are challenging to learn and require practice in school,since they are cultural inventions that the human brain is not pre-wired to understand intuitively
Oct 14, 2008 12:10 PM
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"pre-wired" in this sentence means something that we know or understand from the time we are born. It is not something that is taught to us. So to say "the human brain is not pre-wired to" means that this behaviour is something that must be learned, it is not an inate ability.
October 14, 2008
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