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Intellectual Maturity?

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    This actually provides an excellent, albeit indirect, formal definition of intellectual maturity.

    Intellectual maturity = (above post)*(-1)
     
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    Yes because the truly mature would leave the immature as they are unless a greater and most needed good was to be gained in schooling the immature.

    And they still won't use the word immature directly to refer to a person.
     
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    Inflating you positively could also be a form of egoic manipulation or narcissistic masochism too by this logic. Obviously it depends. Sometimes calling a spade a spade is just calling a spade a spade.
     
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    Just to toss in my two cents: maturity simply means knowing what and how to prioritize in a given context in order to achieve some goal (win an argument, influence someone, complete a task, etc.) and smoothly aligning with those principles with minimum interference from the ego.
     
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