The action or process of understanding, as opposed to imagination.
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- Writing was the great discovery, her process of intellection, the frontier.
- Mithen's book speaks to the assumptions behind a long-entrenched intellectual culture that has privileged intellection over artistic expression and the individual over the group.
- Any definition of intellection or perception, therefore, that splits them into two disparate parts, misunderstands the nature of knowledge and of reality.
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- However, humans had something more than just the organic soul: they possessed the inorganic soul, that immaterial essence that gave a person access to will, intellect and intellective memory.
- This distinction between creative and computational tasks parallels the distinction between judgmental and intellective tasks.
- Try to read them as speaking primarily to the imaginative and active energies and only secondarily to the intellective ones.
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