- n. Plural form of intellectual.
“The apathy of the intellectuals is as great a peril to the well-being of the state as the anarchy of the ignorant.”
“Sir James was particularly virulent over what he called the intellectuals ....”
“The social role of creative people, and of most of the group known vaguely as "intellectuals," is at this time probably to create possible models of human behaviour and action.”
“Erik: If you think that certain Hungarian "intellectuals" are not listened to outside of Hungary, then you have no knowledge of Heller, where she has taught, and still teaches, and what international prizes she has won.”
“He and Charles worked for a time as freelance artists and were characterized as intellectuals, “exceedingly left-wing,” and allied to people of similar beliefs.”
“The poor regions, neighborhoods dirty with mud and dust, lack even the basic conditions for the citizens to live a dignified life, but the highly qualified technical staff and intellectuals from the PSDB lack the humility to go to the people.”
“But one of the many trouble with literary intellectuals is that they take the pretensions of scientists and technology boosters at face value.”
“Wasn't it Schumpeter who said capitalism is doomed because the wealth it creates results in intellectuals who will agitate for its destruction?”
“In other words, the political environment we live in today ain't going to last -- the constant mistake of intellectuals is to image that the world is in stasis.”
“Many of the so-called intellectuals from the unviersities come from those same “neo-con” states you belittle with your own intolerance.”
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