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intellectual

1. Pert. to the mind.
2. Possessing intellect.
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TV anchors have assumed the mantle of public intellectuals.
Professor Olukotun is a public intellectual par excellence.
An assistant professor of women's and gender studies at Rutgers University, Cooper unearths and foregrounds black women's early activity and commitment as public intellectuals.
Both fair-minded and trenchant, "The Ideas Industry" will reshape our understanding of contemporary public intellectual life in America and the West.
(1.) In an earlier interview I give more content to the idea of a public intellectual by reference to Bhikhu Parekh and Stuart Hall, who have inspired me and exemplify two different kinds of public intellectuals: the reformer and the critic respectively, see D.
Synopsis: Online discourse has created a new media environment for contributions to public life, one that challenges the social significance of the role of public intellectuals who, whether by choice or by circumstance, offer commentary on issues of the day.
And Kieran Durkin contributes a powerful argument for a reconsideration of the empirical social character studies on the German working class in Weimar and Mexican peasants in the 1960s and 1960s written by psychoanalyst, critical theorist, public intellectual and sociologist Erich Fromm.
Qasim Bogio said the writer cafe is serving as the centre for public intellectual discourse where writers, poets, artists and journalists meet and discuss contemporary literary issues over a cup of coffee.
Aly therefore also serves to signal the cultural specificity of the Australian public intellectual, a trajectory that Catharine Lumby also explores in her account of the literary career of Frank Moorhouse, in which she locates the connected history of intellectual life in Australia.
As an indication of Dewey's status as a public intellectual, the United States Postal Service issued a postage stamp with John Dewey's name and image in 1967.
Joeckel answers this question in multiple ways, first addressing the idea of a "public intellectual," then engaging in a fascinating study of texts written about Lewis.
Wassner (Hadassah Brandeis Institute) analyzes the writings of Argentine public intellectual Marcos Aguinis (b.

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