Origin of dianoetic
Related formsdi·a·no·et·i·cal·ly, adverb
Examples from the Web for dianoetic
But the aim is after all the life of the intellect, and the "dianoetic" virtues are superior to the practical.
Virtues are divided into ethical and intellectual (dianoetic); and so are the contrary vices.
These intellectual virtues are called by Aristotle dianoetic.A Critical History of Greek Philosophy|W. T. Stace
The three heads signify the intellective, dianoetic, and doxatic powers.The Eleusinian Mysteries and Rites|Dudley Wright
On this double requirement he founded two kinds of virtue, the intellectual (dianoetic) and the practical.Theoretical Ethics|Milton Valentine