The loss of sensitivity quickens the grasping and forming of ideas by disregarding particularities but impedes all-inclusive comprehension. It enhances the faculty of thinking to ascribe and perceive meaning to facts but impedes its ability to acquire thorough knowledge. It stimulates logic and suppresses factuality. It fosters intuition and imagination but inhibits rationality and blurs the precision of judgment. It offers wisdom but withdraws accurateness.
The loss of sensitivity creates inadequacy and is emotionally upsetting. It intensifies the spiritual life. It weighs down the balance of reasoning toward what is spiritual, emotional and moral. It urges introversion, subjectivity and bias.
The abstract reasoning generalizes rather than gathers accurate information, moralizes rather than researches. The intelligence of the abstract reasoning increases the role of morals in reasoning. The moral message is socially conditioned due to the lack of direct informational feedback so the intelligence of the abstract reasoning fabricates moral programs. The loss of sensitivity tends to increase the social dependence and to suppress individualism. Its social character is conservative.