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62) In the substantive form that Gasprinskiy used, ziyali was probably a caique of the French illumine (enlightened), (63) and its choice--as opposed to a direct translation of the Russian intelligent or French intellectuel, both from the Latin intellegere (to understand)--brings the positive connotations of the light metaphor in Islamic tradition to the Muslim intelligentsia's claim for a leadership role among Russia's Muslims.
Allo stesso modo in Lui si da un intendere perfetto che coincide ancora una volta con il vivere e l'essere (id quod est intellegere, hoc vivere).
First, the term intelligence comes from the Latin intellegere, which means the ability to understand or comprehend and solve problems (Royal Spanish Academy, 2014).
lata culpa est nimia negligentia, id est, non intellegere, quod omnes intellegunt .
3) Intelligere o intellegere, de intus-legere o inter-legere(o inter-ligere): escoger entre o leer la profundidad de algo, percibir, entender.
Estas citas ponen de manifiesto la ambivalencia de la mirada, es decir, los peligros a que debe hacer frente todo aquel que es a la vez spectatus / probatus (te intellegere [.
Intellegere <<comprender, darse cuenta>>, de donde derivo intelligens, intelligentis, que se convirtio en inteligente.
43) Of particular interest is also heading 19: De eo quod sine magistris sine tractatu sanctam scripturam intellegere se posse putare, "Concerning that they think/he thinks to be able to understand sacred Scripture without teachers [and] without tracts.
25) Corpus ergo Christi si vis intellegere, Apostolum audi dicentem fidelibus: Vos autem estis corpus Christi, et membra.
11) "Ius gentium est, quo gentes humanae utuntur, quod a naturali recedere facile intellegere licet, quia illud omnibus animalibus, hoc solis hominibus inter se commune sit.
Par exemple, inlellectus (latin) : << comprehension >>, << discernement >>, << signification >>, << intelligence >>, rattache a intellegere : << discerner >>, << comprendre >> (forme sur inter : << entre >>, << dans l'entre-deux >>, et sur legere : << recueillir >>, << filer >>, << mettre les fils en pelote >>, << parcourir un lieu >>, << choisir>>, ainsi que--au figure--<<recueillir par les oreilles >>, << recueillir par les yeux >>, << passer en revue >>, << lire >>).

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