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intellectual

1. Pert. to the mind.
2. Possessing intellect.
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They also underlined the importance of continuing quarterly meetings that enrich intellectuality of entrepreneurs with knowledge of commercial business.
In the former poem the speaker experiences a moment of unification with the natural world when he sets aside the intellectual debate that suppresses his sensory experience of the environment, intellectuality being a basic need of modern humankind.
For the future, INDONUSA Esa Unggul University will utilize its valuable resources in order to achieve the vision of the university: "Becoming a world-class university based on intellectuality, creativity and entrepreneurship which is powered by the quality management in delivering Tridharma.
Matthews (a former Parameters editor), condemn military degree collecting, which should not be mistaken for an evidence of intellectuality.
While his prolific research in archeology and other fields distinguished him as a leader in the foundation of Italian intellectuality, he was unable to present his comparativist approach to folklore scholarship as a definitive method of study, given that the scientific character of his other works was not present in his preparation of the Novelline.
Nevertheless, his use of compound nouns such as "brain-body" illustrate a thinker more attached to Nietzschean precepts than he is perhaps wholly aware--his insistence on Cartesian duality falls apart in his discussions of the intellectuality and physicality of laughter.
Gardner appealed to the super smart as well as those of more modest intellectuality, but the culture is becoming so fissured, indeed fragmented, that before long the man or woman of letters who can bridge all kinds of different intellects and interests will be as defunct as the trilobite.
But Abdulkarim believes that "the function of the intellectual is to define and interpret the concepts, and whenever the concepts are used incorrectly, the intellectual should intervene to use them correctly-whether he supports the authority or not- if not; it is misusing the concept of intellectuality, authority, and wisdom.
On one level, De'ath has transcended one stereotype of Englishness associated with emotion restraint and intellectuality to embrace another connected with consumption and homosexuality.
We are conscious in two ways: in one way, through our sensibility, we undergo rather passively what we sense and imagine, our desires and fears, our delights and sorrows, our joys and sadness; in another way, through our intellectuality, we are more active when we consciously inquire in order to understand, understand in order to utter a word, weigh evidence in order to judge, deliberate in order to choose, and exercise our will in order to act.
Among his topics are the Mosaic distinction and the problem of intolerance, what monotheism countered, between idolatry and iconoclasm, Sigmund Freud and progress in intellectuality, and the psycho-historical consequences of monotheism.
A geek, according to Wikipedia, is "a peculiar or otherwise odd person, especially one who is perceived to be overly obsessed with one or more things including those of intellectuality, electronics, etc.