Which are for handling social organization, actually>Mirror test
A fucking cat can pass this in some capacity>Reasoning skills
Do not require consciousness to work, and are entirely intuitive.>Complex social behavior
Complex is not conscious>Inner world
And you asked the dolphin this? No, you didn't, and it didn't tell you. It didn't reason that humans communicate with drawn lines and create glyphs for a plea or a warning despite its spatial and social intelligence. It didn't THINK, because it can't, dolphins aren't conscious.
It's a clever automaton. It does not think, it does not comprehend or introspect or theorize. It's an animal and its brain only does exactly what it has to for social life underwater, but conscious it is not. They are not thinking animals they are intuitively reasoning, automatically functioning creatures that have never shown a shred of humanity (unless you want to set that bar lower and lower with each animal you want to fuck). Truly most hominids weren't even conscious, only we and possibly the neanderthals have made it that far.
And truly, the lowly state of the dolphin may be mankinds future, because the necessity for actually thinking has all but vanished and the majority of humans may not need a mind in the future. Just intuitive, automatic problem solving.>>4043476>Noooo muh heckin noooooo *soi whining*
Yeah they all do and yeah they do and yeah they do and yes it is
But someone born without a brain isn't human. It's sad but it's a fact.>>4043477
Largely because they are still human, and still display the hallmarks of conscious which a dolphin with its myriad of calls has never done and never will
Alinguistic automatons - both at once, not one because of the other