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Whether intelligence is a single mental faculty or a number of coordinated physical and mental abilities is as much a question of philosophy as it is of science. Western scholarship on the topic dates back to Plato (Plucker, 2003) . Twentieth century thought on the subject was dominated by the work of Binet and Simon (who formalized intelligence testing) and Stern, who coined the term intelligence quotient. In 1983's Frames of Mind, Howard Gardner wrote that human beings possess severaldoi:10.20707/stmlib.46.0_51 fatcat:65usvqgi7fawho2z35y77scsry