In "Intelligence, Osho extrapolates and describes the difference between intellect and intelligence. Intellect is logical; intelligence is paradoxical. Intellect takes things apart to see how they work, intelligence puts things together to see the functioning of the whole. Osho posits that it is only through intelligence that one can see a true and whole vision of the world. By exploring the distance between intellect and intelligence, "Intelligence encourages readers to be more aware of how they approach problems--logical, emotional, and practical--and how they solve them.