Common Sense

Common Sense
Rapport Issue


Publication Date

December 28th 2014


Sue Stockdale

Common sense is like deodorant. The people who need it most – never use it. We all use the phrase ‘common sense’ but what does it really mean? According to Wikipedia, it is a basic ability to perceive, understand and judge things, which is shared by nearly all people without the need for debate. It can also describe the ability with which animals (including humans) process sense perceptions, memories and imagination in order to reach many types of basic judgments....


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