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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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Validation by intuitional sentiments, affections, and customs can permit radical subjective resistance and opposition to existing power structures because these intuitions verge on passions, instincts, and bodily impulses, which tend to resist absolute law.
Croce's early view described art as cognitive intuitional expression of particular feelings.
Wright's response is to challenge this protagonist to support his claim by an account of an intuitional epistemology for these comic facts, or an account which shows that disputes about comic facts, if they are to be rationally sustained, must turn on disputes about some other facts for which there is an intuitional epistemology.
He sees the darkness as signifying for Aquinas our nonconceptual and nonquidditative knowledge of God, where there is "privation of both intuitional and conceptual light" (86).
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The DC Arts and Humanities Education Collaborative, a DC-based nonprofit organization celebrating 20 years, works together with its 100+ cultural intuitional members advocates and advances equitable access to high-quality learning experiences in the arts and humanities for all students and teachers in DC public and public charter schools.
Intuitional based cross-sectional study was carried out in pediatric OPD of Medical College, Katihar from 1st December, 2012 to 20th December, 2012 among under five children attending OPD.
So much of the intuitional capital is focused on control, ego, loan-to-own.
43) A nonincarnate self-consciousness, by contrast, perpetuates the metaphysics of the understanding by holding onto the inflexible distinction between the conceptual and the intuitional, the infinite and the finite--which now amounts to the distinction between self and other.
Besides, other notebook PC brands, including HP, Dell and Toshiba will also gear up to launch new products to compete against Acer starting the second half of the year, very likely to erode Acer's sales growth, according to intuitional investors.
The skeptics would do well to develop and refine their explanations of these amazing behaviors, just as the champions of primate altruism should be set to the task of providing empirical evidence for their predominantly philosophical and intuitional hypotheses.
The sheer high frequency of the word eyes in Flannery O'Connor's fiction, which is evident in Table 1, reinforces the intuitional observation that O'Connor's aesthetics are both theoretically and practically visual.