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Practical Intuition By Anthony J. Fejfar, B.A., J.D., M.B.A., Phd., Coif Perpetual (C)Copyright by Anthony J.

Fejfar and Neothmism, P.C. (PA) Aristotle, long before Jesus of Nazareth walked the Earth, wrote about Practical Wisdom or Phronesis. Justice Cordozo and Tom Shaffer also write about Phronesis. discussing practical intuition as analogous to Practical Wisdom. Practical Intuition is intuition which is ordered towards practical matters or practical affairs. Intuition is defined as a high speed, unconscious or preconscious analogical thought processes which produce insights. (On the subject of insights, see, Bernard Lonergan, Insight (1956). Moreover, it is possible that the intuition of some persons becomes so high speed, that intuition goes quantum, and is able to access information non-locally-at-a-distance. This is what Henri Bergson calls intellectual sympathy with an object. See, Bergson, Introduction to Metaphysics. See also, Nick Herbert, Quantum Reality. Thus, we can see that when Jesus of Nazareth was able to say things about people who were strangers, such as the woman at the well who had seven husbands, it appears that such information could have been obtained by Jesus through the use of his practical intuition, which is close to intuitive omniscience. I suppose some of the Apostles and Disciples also had the talent of practical intuition. By the way, I Tony Fejfar, personally, have the talent or ability of practical intuition, and I imagine that others that I know do to. For a large number of empirical studies proving the validity of Intuition, see Tony Bastck, Intuition. In this Article, I am