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Definition of "intuitional" [in•tu•i•tion•al]

  • Pertaining to, or derived from, intuition; characterized by intuition; perceived by intuition; intuitive. (adjective)

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Use "intuitional" in a sentence
  • "Coleridge's distrust of the intellect as sole guide, and his belief in some kind of intuitional act being necessary to the apprehension of reality, which he felt as early as 1794, was strengthened by his study of the German transcendental philosophers, and in March 1801 he writes,"
  • "Lebesgue measure, which was deliberately constructed as a measure which would measure intervals as their length and points as 0 - it is the most "intuitional" measure of real numbers."
  • ""Why," said the Deist, "there is as much difference as in the theories of our 'intuitional' friends here, one of whom admits, and another denies, the future existence of man; for if we be the ephemeral insects the latter supposes, it little matters what system of religion we espouse or abjure."
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