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For Popper it was Kant who upheld the doctrine (against Descartes) that we do not possess a faculty of intellectual intuition, therefore reason, that is, our intellect, which includes our concepts, remain empty or analytic, "unless indeed they are applied to material which is either given to us by our senses (sense intuition), or unless they are 'concepts constructed in our pure intuition of space and time'".
When defined in terms of divine cognition, it is plausible to think these non-discursive ways of knowing outstrip our finite mental powers, but, Forster argues, the philosophers coming after Kant believed that non-divine versions of intellectual intuition and intuitive understanding were within our grasp.
His intellectual intuitions revealed the mechanistic manner in which language is commonly used, as well as the wealth of unintended meanings and associations that a word can evoke in the speaker and listener alike.
Warsaw) explores French neo-Thomist philosopher Maritain's (1882-1973) conception of intellectual intuition in the aspect of its function in the constitution of classical metaphysics.
When intellectual intuition became the foundational concept of philosophy, discourse ceased to be discourse, and became a collection of monologues.
In fact, Schleiermacher's progressive fall from Hegelian grace reflects the progression of Hegel's own take on intuition, from his early espousal of Schelling's vision of intellectual intuition, to his later reading of intuition as essentially subjective feeling.
Fichte now used the expression intellectual intuition for this immediate self-consciousness, in which the self-reverting activity of the intellect is at the same time the original intuition of the I.
Passererini has a fine intellectual intuition for the idealism and hopes of the interwar years, and has captured a sense of the widespread loss of faith in political solutions to issues framed in other dimensions of human activity among educated Europeans.
Gibbons rightly asks why imagination would try to intuit in one presentation a magnitude that cannot be grasped at once, but I would rather have been given an explanation in phenomenological terms of real life experiences instead of Gibbons's (however plausible) answer that reason puts this task onto imagination: the analogy of the sublime is with the intellectual intuition of the world--one which divine creatures may be capable of, but humans certainly are not.
The social forms it takes are family, civil society and the state which correspond respectively to love (affective bonds), law and solidarity, while on another level: intuition, cognitive recognition and rational intellectual intuition.
Instead, credit her with the intellectual intuition to understand that our crime debate is irrational not merely because of the sensational mass media.
Since geometric relationships rest upon the spatiality made possible by these archetypal elements, the philosopher can account for the possibility of geometric intuition through his own intellectual intuition.

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