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- adj. Not intellectual
- adj. Not involving the intellect
- n. A person who is not intellectual
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- adj. not intellectual. Opposite of
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- adj. not intellectual
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“My father was very conservative and nonintellectual,” Julia recalled.
Her study concluded that for success later in life, “nonintellectual factors” probably matter more.
I mean -- I mean, I can disagree ideologically with someone and I can respect an ideological disagreement but the Republican Party in the last 20, 30 years has really gone toward this nonintellectual-type of person.
My concept of just what or who God was grew in that small, confined, nonintellectual environment.
The nonintellectual Left has only one certainty: the rest of us should shut up, or go to jail.
This is exactly the same certainty as the nonintellectual Right, by the way.
It needn't be the case that wherever there is influence of this sort -- that is, from nonintellectual factors -- what you have is impedance: perhaps the design plan calls for just this sort of belief formation, and perhaps the relevant part of the design plan is successfully aimed at true belief.
Wouldn't this be like the cases we noted earlier on (above, pp. 149ff.) in which noncognitive or nonintellectual features of a cognitive situation can influence belief formation, thus impeding cognitive proper function?
It had thought of itself as meritocratic, and its definition of merit involved nonintellectual qualities like character and leadership.
Mudge's knowledge was of the practical and nonintellectual variety.