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  • The particular intellect, though all-embracing, is a partial thing, and the collective Intellect and its various manifestations [all the particular intellects] are in actuality parts of that part.

    The Six Enneads.

  • The soul of man, embracing reason and intellect, is thus seen to be a divine emanation, being related to the universal soul and Intellect.

    A History of Mediaeval Jewish Philosophy

  • Collective Intellect is pitching the idea to hedge funds, Wolters says.

    When Will Computers Be Able to Outpick the Stock Analysts? | Impact Lab

  • But the Intellect is merely the foundation of existence, as created by the One.

    Archive 2006-11-01

  • Intellect is also existent in an embryonic stage, but still mind is inferior to instinct.

    Nobel Prize in Literature 1927 - Presentation Speech

  • Webster defines the word Intellect as follows: The part or faculty of the human soul by which it knows, as distinguished from the power to feel and to will; the thinking faculty; the understanding.

    A Series of Lessons in Raja Yoga

  • "Intellect" - I don't know whether this is a Brit/US distinction, or just something I picked up myself along the way.

    Miss Snark reviews my synopsis

  • Thus, reason should endeavor to elevate itself to the level of the Intellect, which is distinguished by a much higher degree of unity than the mere ordinary use of reason is capable of.

    Porphyry

  • Thus we have here one identical Principle, the Intellect, which is the universe of authentic beings, the Truth: as such it is a great god or, better, not a god among gods but the Godhead entire.

    The Six Enneads.

  • This image of itself, it has communicated to the Intellect that contemplates it: thus all the striving is on the side of the Intellect, which is the eternal striver and eternally the attainer.

    The Six Enneads.

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