cerebralist

cerebralist

(səˈriːbrəlɪst; ˈsɛrɪbrəlɪst)
n
a person that advocates the theory of cerebralism
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Smilevski's Spinoza is familiar enough as the saintly cerebralist aspiring to realize the "intellectual love of God," but he largely ignores the importance of pleasure, always good for Spinoza, albeit complicated, much less the empowerment of the body as necessary for the realization of mind, since they are really one.
He gave a disconcerting, robot-like quality to the cerebralists whom he depicted as totally lost in thought--like the dazed geometer featured in both the Reve de d'Alembert and the Elements de physiologie, (36) Just as ambiguously, the Reves fictional Dr.