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The second is that such evil is compatible, and even appears to ally itself easily, with exceptional powers of will and intellect.

To repeat: Our intellect is not ours, it does not belong to man, but it together with man belongs to the universe.

He was also a man of the darkest shade, tall, intellect good, and wore a pleasant countenance.

The struggle was severe,—intellect (he called it) against conscience; and intellect was the victor!

The Prime MinisterW.H.G. Kingston

Thoroughly repugnant to French intellect and feeling was conduct of this description.

Terre NapoleonErnest Scott

He assigns to the intellect a sufficient field for exercise, but attaches more value to its efforts than to its attainments.

Robert BrowningEdward Dowden

The intellect, moreover, becomes wearied, while Will is indefatigable.

As far as the frontiers of knowledge where the intellect may go, there is no living man whose guidance may more safely be trusted.

Speaking generally, the fine arts are addressed more to the imagination; the sciences to the intellect.

This purpose, formed in infancy and poverty, grew stronger as his intellect expanded and as his fortune rose.

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