The act or process of using the intellect; thinking or reasoning.(noun)
A thought or an idea.(noun)
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Use "intellection" in a sentence
"The intellection is the more profound for this internal possession of the object."
"Nor therefore has it intellection which is a thing of the lower sphere where the first intellection, the only true, is identical with"
"Intellectual-Principle — though, of course, there is another cause of intellection which is also a cause to Being, both rising in a source distinct from either."