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For Aquinas, the intellective soul is ontologically prior because as the substantial form of the body, it gives being to the body.
For creative tasks, general guidelines for individual brainstorming were offered, and for intellective tasks, explanation of which was the correct answer and why the other answers were not correct.
I would agree, but the point here is the way in which an intellective reflective process intervenes; most commonly reflection occurs in the sense of conceptual activity that tempers the deciding moment by introducing values that point outside of that moment or to judgments about ethical standards that were decided upon and perhaps committed to prior to the moment; in the aesthetic sphere, for example, "reflection" would not do this, since it would happen after the fact of desire, if it happened then.
More often than not, for all his emotional and intellective involvement in the respective natural object, person or scene, his is essentially an observer's stance.
It is a game that simultaneously activates diverse intellective skills to design the strategy that will lead to victory.
The students thus experience their learning environments in a more abstract and intellective way.
29) Ockham's distinction between two different souls, the sensory and intellective soul that both possess in his interpretation their own capability of intuition, was of capital importance for basing the contingency as a compositional part of scientia.
The soul's faculties are nutritive, perceptive, desiderative, locomotive, and intellective.
The focus of this paper is Aristotle's metaphysical account of the intellective soul as presented in De Anima and related works.
The appeal to this common intellective nature--which the Second Meditation sharply distinguishes from imagination and senses and makes solely responsible for conceiving bodies scientifically through thought (Regulae I-III)--guides the self-examination of the 'everyman' Polyander in the Search after Truth, where the method of doubt maieutically results in the common sense admission of the impossibility of indubitable knowledge of the distinction between chimerae and perceived things or bodies, or between mental images originated by an internal mental activity and mental images originated by the sense-perception of external material things.
Why should experience exclude the intellective dimension of human being?
Factors such a patient-centered approach with structured team discussions, information sharing, framing team tasks as intellective and a team climate of collaboration has been found to enhance a team's ability to process information.