Definition of intellective in English:



See intellection

  • ‘However, humans had something more than just the organic soul: they possessed the inorganic soul, that immaterial essence that gave a person access to will, intellect and intellective memory.’
  • ‘This distinction between creative and computational tasks parallels the distinction between judgmental and intellective tasks.’
  • ‘Try to read them as speaking primarily to the imaginative and active energies and only secondarily to the intellective ones.’
  • ‘For one, Hamlet recognizes a reason of state as distinct from the traditionally intellective and moral definition and understanding of reason.’
  • ‘The opposite is argued, because at least the creation of our intellective soul is instantaneous.’