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In terms, intellectual (LH:#), from intellect-, meaning: "[add]", + -al, meaning: "of, relating to, or characterized by", refers to []


The following are quotes:

“I wish I may be well enough to listen to these intellectuals.”
George Byron (1813), Source[1]
“All social force is at once material, intellectual, and moral.”
Auguste Comte (1854), System of Positive Polity: or System of Sociology (pg. 227) [2]
“Many of the intellectuals like Hume, Mill, Darwin, Tyndall, Herbert Spencer, and Thomas Huxley preached atheism and agnosticism.”
— Author (1980), “Article”[3]

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  1. Collini, Stefan (2006). Absent Minds. Intellectuals in Britain (pg. #). Oxford.
  2. Comte, Auguste. (1854). System of Positive Polity: or System of Sociology (pg. 227). Longmans, 1875.
  3. Author. (1980). “Article”, Ramakrishna Math and Mission Convention, Dec 23-29 (pg. 94). Publisher.

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