dianoetic


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proceeding to a conclusion by reason or argument rather than intuition

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The grimacing smile elicited by her plays has been defined by Beckett in his early novel, Watt, as "the dianoetic laugh.
Of the two images, one is more materialistic than the other, and together they point to the difference between aesthetic soul and dianoetic soul.
Classical philosophy recognized the epistemic limits of discursive or of dianoetic knowledge.
The distinction between the virtues of character and the dianoetic virtues is ignored and the former become intellectualized.
The perinoetic is in contrast to the dianoetic, a certain way of knowing that the philosophy of nature and metaphysics employ.