Análisis vs Instinto

inglés translation: Analysis vs instinct

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Término o frase en español:Análisis vs Instinto
Traducción al inglés:Analysis vs instinct
Aportado por: Eugenio Llorente

11:30 May 30, 2008
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Término o frase en español: Análisis vs Instinto
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He pensado en "Analysis vs Intuition" or "Analysis vs Instinct" or Analysis vs Insight. Me gustaría conocer vuestra opinión/opciones.
Eugenio Llorente
España
Local time: 06:30
Analysis vs instinct
Explicación:
See the definition for instinct:

in·stinct [ ín stìngkt ]


noun (plural in·stincts)

Definition:

1. strong natural impulse: a powerful impulse that feels natural rather than reasoned
followed his instincts and took to his heels


2. biological drive: an inborn pattern of behavior characteristic of a species and shaped by biological necessities such as survival and reproduction
the survival instinct

The first option is the one I think applies in your text, as I underrstand it's about behaviour that people (or animals) do without having to think about it.
For this reason, your suggestion of insight does not fit here. Intuition might, at a push fit, but why not the simple translation? that is what my instinct tells me ;)
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Arcoiris
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analytics vs instinct


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Analysis vs instinct


Explicación:
See the definition for instinct:

in·stinct [ ín stìngkt ]


noun (plural in·stincts)

Definition:

1. strong natural impulse: a powerful impulse that feels natural rather than reasoned
followed his instincts and took to his heels


2. biological drive: an inborn pattern of behavior characteristic of a species and shaped by biological necessities such as survival and reproduction
the survival instinct

The first option is the one I think applies in your text, as I underrstand it's about behaviour that people (or animals) do without having to think about it.
For this reason, your suggestion of insight does not fit here. Intuition might, at a push fit, but why not the simple translation? that is what my instinct tells me ;)

Arcoiris
Local time: 05:30
Idioma materno: inglés, español
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Thanks very much.

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