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See Spanish definition of intelectualizar
- But I am intellectualizing this book, which can only give you the experience of dislocation viscerally, through the flow of its language.
- Performance artists are always so goddamn self-important and intellectualizing everything they do.
- They intellectualize it until you realize why they spend so much time alone ‘writing dissertations.’
- ‘I just don't have the answers so it's not a question of me not wanting to talk about something; it's more that I can't intellectualize my work’.
- I think these questions and the temptation to over intellectualize the installation are an unfortunate distraction.
- I can intellectualize it and think about what I might do.
- I intellectualize facts, process them, shake my head at them.
- I could easily intellectualize the tragedy by arguing that the U.S. had provoked it.
- Then I had to go back to school where everyone was analysing and intellectualising everything.
- My work is never meant to be intellectualised.
- It has been intellectualised, bureacratised and paid for!
- There's this whole trend to try to intellectualise it, but you just can't.
- People respond to a look, to the bond between actors - but I hate to intellectualise it.
- I've tried to intellectualise this addiction.
- She doesn't like to intellectualise things too much and thinks we don't rely on our emotions and instincts nearly enough any more.
- The French can intellectualise anything - food and drink, football, being and nothingness.
- However, let it be known that I'm not merely trying to snobbishly intellectualise things.
- She said she did not intellectualise music and let the violins just wash over her.
- If you think about the answer, verbalize it or intellectualize it, you will never get the answer.
- It puts graffiti into a new context that intellectualizes the motivations of the artists.
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