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intellect

 [in´tĕ-lekt]
the mind, thinking faculty, or understanding.
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(26) It is not possible to adequately grasp reality intellectively without the willingness to pick up what is burdensome in it--which is not usually taken seriously.
Thus understood, an exercise of the intelligence has as its referent the concrete reality that I have called the "context." And being adequately in the context, which is to say, "in the reality of things," the "texts" about Jesus were reread and intellectively known praxically, ethically, and gracefully.
28 "[Intellect perceives] not only that which is true, by which it is moved (in the way that the senses too apprehend), but the truth itself, which is the very quiddity of the thing intellectively cognized"; Ghent, Quod.