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Asperger's Syndrome Expressed In Terms Of Relational Inequalities


petrushkagoogol
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I think Asperger's syndrome can be expressed in terms of 2 basic logical relations -

 

1. What is ordinary for you is extraordinary for others. (eg. solving a complex mathematical proof)

2. What is extraordinary for you is ordinary for others. (eg. making friends)

 

It creates the persona of the nutty professor who is a sociophobe.

 

Einstein, Newton, Tesla and other great thinkers are supposed to have been it's sufferers.

 

Do you think that these two logical relations encapsulate the concept behind this rather esoteric psychological condition ?  :sherlock:

 

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