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intellectual

1. Pert. to the mind.
2. Possessing intellect.
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Suffice it to say that if intellectuality is to be taking seriously as an expression of the true (putative or otherwise) states of affairs, then it must be self-portraying.
Additionally, Alcestis and Electra are referred to by Francis Talfourd as "strong-minded women," a Victorian archetype of female resoluteness and intellectuality which, in light of Monros-Gaspar's reading, served both as a prototype for the late-Victorian New Woman (33-36) and as an antithesis to the Victorian ideal female or the "angel-in-the-house," represented by Chrysothemis in Talfourd's Electra (219).
And putting single quotation marks around the phrase "intellectual development" indicates there are other factors at play here besides intellectuality. The fact is, human behaviors and attitudes are multifaceted and not easy to pigeonhole through simple classifications.
It bears in mind that outcome assessment of higher educational systems reflect the ferment of environmental intellectuality within which colleges and universities exist and operate.
Robert Royal is aware of all of this as he identifies a "core intellectuality" that may be called Catholic.
Today, anyone, whatever the level of intellectuality and rationality they may have acquired, can easily influence millions of people through social media, attracting them toward good or evil in their actions.
Their level of intellectuality, critical thinking and the fact that they were so open minded way fascinates me the most since they developed this intelligence in relatively closed minded and backward thinking societies.
I constructed my personality based on the following simple convictions: Intellectuality, intercultural relations, understanding, interaction, doubt, enjoying life's pleasures, freedom, the freedom of being myself, a knowledge of "myself" that is dynamic and changing in contact with others, curiosity, a thirst for knowledge, a hunger for intellectual surprises, an absence of dogma, and so on.
The management of the bank believes that the combination of diversity, intellectuality and innovativeness that the professionals possess is the ideal recipe to make sure continued success.
Beyond this, the words in your tents [be-ohalekha] are understood by the Sages to convey intellectuality by referring to the tents under which the Torah is studied (TB Berakhot 63b; Genesis Rabbah 63:15).
Matur is among the 70% which South Sudan needs to educate at this time and one of the best way is to relive him/them to go for studies in the other Countries so that he/ they should get to acquire knowledge and expose to the world of intellectuality. Anyone who has not gone to school does not know the important of human lives and rights as well respect for the rule of law.
Minister of Culture, Raymond Araiji, represented PM Tammam Salam in the Sioufi public garden celebration, where the curtain was lifted off the memorial plaque which read, "Said Akl Street, a century of giving, creativity and genuine patriotism." "A hundred and six years of love, passion, pride and worship of Lebanon," said the Minister, "a hundred and six years and [Akl] still exudes poetry and intellectuality." R.Z.