I understand that there are two kinds of intelligence, and I had figured that out even without learning about it in Psychology. One that you pick-up or learn from your experiences and education etc...and one that coordinates how you pick up that experience and how it shapes your understanding. This is to mean, that an intrinsic intelligence inherited from ancestors guides what aspect of the experience of an event is picked-up and how we react to it.
That said, I also always believed that the distinction was not concrete. I always thought that it is not possible to tell them apart concretely. Both sort of diffuse into each other or to put it in another have a fuzzy or changing line that seperates the two.
Recently, I've read that the two kinds of intelligence- Fluid and Crystallize - are there. Former is independent of experience and learning while latter is not.
Is this something (the distinction) that can be established concretely ?
How can we say that the problem solving, sort of intuitive skills are truly independent of experiences or learning?