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intellection

The act or process of performing a mental act.
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To neglect these circuits would be to presume that oceans and other geographies speak for themselves, rather than through the intellection of all the humans of the planet who remain excluded from academic knowledge production.
Laplantine ne situe pas ces oppositions complementaires dans le registre de T intellection.
East here plays the card of colonialist intellection, which negates everything everywhere unless it conforms to European standards and is seen through what Mary Louise Pratt calls 'imperial eyes' (1992: 2).
There is no intellection from the brain that can match the complete picture of dislocation, and hence Mailer's portrait is more soberly realistic about the true spectacle of colonizing the Orient at midcentury.
And, through the intellection that each one of the celestial intellects performs, the plurality is originated.
He successfully defended studios in a national class action over marketing of homevideo, and Sony Pictures TV in a claim of contractual inference involving its "Shark Tank" series, "in trademark litigation, companies don't need to fear being vigilant about protecting their intellection property interests," he says.
Greene 158) Here Greene presents an author given more to rapt reverie than to sober chronicle, to inspiration than to intellection.
For against the long-standing and highly gendered notion that lyric poetry initiates readers' grasping after an essentially false affective identification with and within the text, a form of reading and writing that is fundamentally at odds with the work of active intellection taking place in experimental poetics, Scalapino's work shows how the affective layer between subject and object world in fact produces occasion for critical production.
We have gone from the heyday of television intellection which boasted shows hosted by, among others, David Susskind and David Frost, men that, whatever their self-absorptions, were nonetheless possessed of an admirable high-mindedness, to the pygmy sound-bite rants of Sean Hannity and the inanities of clowns like Stephen Colbert.
On the way to an aesthetic revision of human knowing, Rahner builds on Thomas Aquinas's analysis of the permanently interrelated moments of sensibility, imagination, and intellection that bear the embodied human spirit forward in an unlimited, anticipatory sense of God (summarized with the technical term Vorgriff, which Rahner adopts from Heidegger and also refers to as the excessus or transcendence of spirit).
Their topics include political thought and legal theory, the Baroque matrix of modern thought, Hollaz and Turretin as examples of his influence on scholasticism, his doctrine of concepts on how divine and human intellection are intertwined, and his analogy of being between: Thomism and Scotism.
With economies around the world increasingly based on knowledge, the creation and management of intellection ecosystems is of paramount importance.