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intuitive cognition

the power to discern the true nature of a person or situation

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an impression that something might be the case

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19) However, for Popper intellectual intuition as inbuilt disposition or tendencies are a product of our "background" knowledge of which we are only ever consciously aware of a miniscule fraction at any point in time.
Gefuhl), Schelling's attempt to maintain intellectual intuition while abstracting from the explicit self-positing of the I may not be doomed to failure.
Is there no place for intellectual intuition, then, in Maritain's way of thinking?
Ironically, in doing so, he mirrors the progression of Hegel's own thought as described above, away from an attachment to intellectual intuition, toward an understanding of it as purely subjective and hence arbitrary feeling.
Schelling opened the System by rehearsing Fichte's arguments for the need for an ultimate principle of all human knowledge in the form of immediate self-consciousness or intellectual intuition.
Intellectual intuition is not a faculty of the subject, but is the subject knowing itself and thereby constituting itself in a non-objective manner through mediation of what can be known objectively.
Winkler argues that Kant understood Berkeley as maintaining a Platonist view that we perceive sensible objects, including ourselves, through intellectual intuition, leading Berkeley to his overconfident claim to know that our sensible ideas are direct determinations of our minds by God.
One of the greatest scientific contributions of Ibn Sina was to demonstrate that there are, in fact, not one but many methods of acquiring scientific knowledge, ranging from empirical observation and experimentation, to deduction and demonstration, to intellectual intuition which he called hads.
Synchronicity and Intellectual Intuition in Kant, Swedenborg, and Jung.
Just as little as discursive understanding and sensible intuition are identical, neither [sic] are their alternatives: intellectual intuition and intuitive understanding.
49) In other work, I develop this sketch of Kant's positive conception of the immediacy of intuition, showing how it illumines his accounts of pure sensible intuition and intellectual intuition.
What would be required is a species of intellectual intuition.
The article goes on to pinpoint the significance of intellectual intuition as part of Fichte's strategy of substantiating the actuality of freedom via practical reason, especially in relation to the way in which our capacity for self-determination conditions our knowledge claims about nature.
Unfortunately, because the denial of intellectual intuition is a hallmark of analytic philosophy, it is not taken seriously in Plato's Forms in Transition.
The dissolution of the ego and the emergence of love are made possible, according to the fourth meditation, by intellectual intuition.
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