- the doctrine that knowledge is wholly or chiefly derived from pure reason.
- the belief that reason is the final principle of reality.
Origin of intellectualism
Examples from the Web for intellectualism
Contemporary Examples of intellectualism
And this mix of intellectualism and faithfulness is filling an unmet need among students on many of these campuses.Can Christians Still Go to Harvard?
Kirsten Powers, Jonathan Merritt
October 12, 2014
These are institutions that are meant to promote the pursuit of intellectualism and honesty.Colleges Lawyer Up Before Claire McCaskill Rape Inquiry
June 6, 2014
There the American kids encounter high schools that are deeply, even shockingly, enamored of intellectualism.Why the World Is Smarter Than Us
August 9, 2013
Both shared an asceticism and intellectualism, encouraged by the Jesuits.Jerry Brown's Castro Trouble
A. L. Bardach
October 5, 2010
She was not an intellectual, but she was interested in the aesthetics of intellectualism.My Real Estate Obsession
May 12, 2010
Historical Examples of intellectualism
Intellectualism and gnosticism are not confined to the church.
Intellectualism, then, is another way in which we try to “play it safe.”
Intellectualism is the term that best describes this attitude.A History of Mediaeval Jewish Philosophy
But the higher types of intellectualism appear to me slightly mad.Captain Macedoine's Daughter
Intuitions, therefore, are an embarrassment, rather than a help to Intellectualism.Pragmatism
- the doctrine that reason is the ultimate criterion of knowledge
- the doctrine that deliberate action is consequent on a process of conscious or subconscious reasoning