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SEE DEFINITION OF intellectualist
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We may note at once, however, that it is not an ‘intellectualist’ ideal.

Theory is a possession of the theorist, intellect of the intellectualist.

Since Meredith is an intellectualist, we naturally ask what may be his philosophy.

Your intellectualist is not to be blamed if he fails to write as a sentimentalist.

You are no longer an intellectualist, but a voice of France.

None of these features does intellectualist logic deign to recognize.

Nietzsche was a mob-man, just as Bergson is an intellectualist.

Intellectualist truth is then only pragmatist truth in posse.

There is an intellectualist logic coalescent with an absolutist metaphysic as aforesaid.

The more intellectual nature trusts to an ethical theory; the more moral nature has an intellectualist morality.