Something I've been thinking about...
Evolutionarily speaking, there seems to have been a tendency for men to think "linearly" and for women to think "web-like". I guess, I'd characterize it, in the context of time, as men thinking from "second to minute to hour to day to week....etc etc" and women thinking in terms of "day/night or summer/fall/winter/spring". As such, a linear thinker will have trouble understanding the way something can be both one thing and another, depending, within a context, depending on which context is being referred to. And similarly, a web thinker will be hard pressed to accept the validity of universalizing a context and ignoring the discrepencies that may or may not be apparent.
Assuming the truth of the both, my question is about those men and women who fall outside that trend.
Percentage of men who are web thinkers, primarily? Percentage of females who are linear thinkers, primary?
Is there an "evolutionary tendency" going on today that more or less forces each person to develop both thinking styles suffeciently?
Examples of women linear thinkers and men web thinkers?
Perhaps tie it to typology?
And anything else you might want to say...