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Definition of "intellectuality" [in•tel•lec•tu•al•i•ty]

  • The characteristic of being intellectual. (noun)

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  • "Finally, consciousness is essentially free; it is freedom itself; but it cannot pass through matter without settling on it, without adapting itself to it: this adaptation is what we call intellectuality; and the intellect, turning itself back towards active, that is to say, free, consciousness, naturally makes it enter into the conceptual forms into which it is accustomed to see matter fit."
  • "Finally, consciousness is essentially free; it is freedom itself; but it cannot pass through matter without settling on it, without adapting itself to it: this adaptation is what we call intellectuality; and the intellect, turning itself back toward active, that is to say free, consciousness, naturally makes it enter into the conceptual forms into which it is accustomed to see matter fit."
  • "He reasons logically from observed fact, and his intellectuality is constantly contrasted with the routine methods of the police."
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