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in·tel·lec·tive

 (ĭn′tl-ĕk′tĭv)
adj.
Of, relating to, or generated by the intellect.

in′tel·lec′tive·ly adv.
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intellective

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Relating to or performed by the mind:
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God is the source of both the contemplator's possibility of knowing and being, such that even the intellective experience of knowing into darkness is still a form of knowledge made possible through participation.
ACA's deeply researched, groundbreaking catalogue of youth development and 21st-century learning skills makes clear that American summer camps are the products of intentional and intellective influences that should be embraced, perhaps more so than we do.
The Participant Study," which was conducted by the Incentive Research Federation(IRF) through Intellective Group for IMA, is the largest, most statistically-complex study of participant award preferences done by an outside entity for the incentive industry to date.
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Specifically, I believe that the ontological grounding of the intellective soul's capacity to apprehend being--which distinguishes it from nonintellective souls--plays a much more important role in Aquinas's argument than Scotus appears to acknowledge, and that when this ontological grounding is granted and analyzed in terms of the Aristotelian metaphysics of substantial forms, St.
Now reason is not only able to direct the acts of the lower powers but is also director of its own act [sui directiva est]: for what is peculiar to the intellective part of man is its ability to reflect upon itself.
Thus, as a Christian, Albert had to save the human soul, that is, he had to make the intellection to partake of man's psyche, which he really does by stating that it is exactly the intellective soul that constitutes the individuality of a human (Libera 2005:299).
In the cognitive domain, thinking/head, the emphasis is on remembering or reproducing something which has presumably been learned, as well as objectives which involve the solving of some intellective task for which the individual has to determine the essential problem and then reorder given material or combine it with ideas, methods, or procedures previously learned.
Considered in themselves, the intellectual virtues are more excellent than the moral virtues because they pertain to the intellective aspect of the agent while the moral virtues regulate the passions that belong to the sensitive aspect.
Here it is sufficient to recall that "accidente in sustanzia" presupposes a relationship between the body and soul and thus, the indissoluble unity of the sensitive and intellective souls, of reason and the senses, which opposes Guido's idea of love as a purely sensuous being.
Thomas Aquinas, the Catholic Church teaches that the soul is the intellective and animating principle of the body.
The benefits of organisational/team heterogeneity on team performance are most prominent in creative and intellective tasks (Guzzo & Dickson 1996), because it allows the cross fertilisation of ideas and the exploration of new ideas and perspectives (Tsai 2001, Martins & Terblanceh 2003, Kanter 2006).