Instead of "common sense," shouldn't it be called "pragmatic/practical sense or intelligence"?

Bcus isn't "common" too weak a word to apply for intelligence/sense that is needed on what is perceived as obvious, practical, mundane/earth-bound for the average person? Afterall common sense was coined during a time when our understanding of the human mind was extremely limited (i.e. 1700s). Case... show more Bcus isn't "common" too weak a word to apply for intelligence/sense that is needed on what is perceived as obvious, practical, mundane/earth-bound for the average person?

Afterall common sense was coined during a time when our understanding of the human mind was extremely limited (i.e. 1700s). Case in point, there was a genius-level musician who had difficulty identifying I believe a pencil and using it because of his extremely complicated thought-processing
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