Intuition

[philosophy] Intuition is a priori knowledge or experiential belief characterized by its immediacy. Beyond this, the nature of intuition is debated. Roughly speaking, there are two main views. They are: In the philosophy of Immanuel Kant, intuition is thought of as basic sensory information provided by the cognitive faculty of sensibility (...
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Intuition

[Bergson] Intuition is the philosophical method of French philosopher Henri Bergson. In An Introduction to Metaphysics, Bergson introduces two ways in which an object can be known: absolutely and relatively. Pertaining to each mode of knowledge is a method through which it can be gained. The latter’s method is what Bergson calls analysis,...
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Intuition

[Amiga] Intuition is the native windowing system and user interface (UI) engine of AmigaOS. It was developed almost entirely by RJ Mical. Intuition should not be confused with Workbench, the AmigaOS spatial file manager, which relies on Intuition for handling windows and input events. Intuition is the internal widget and graphics system. It...
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Intuition

The non-paranormal ability to grasp the elements of a situation or to draw conclusions about complex events in ways that go beyond a purely rational or intellectual analysis. Cf. clairsentience, empathy.
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Intuition

The non-paranormal ability to grasp the elements of a situation or to draw conclusions about complex events in ways that go beyond a purely rational or intellectual analysis. Cf. clairsentience, empathy.
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intuition

[n] - an impression that something might be the case 2. [n] - instinctive knowing (without the use of rational processes)
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Intuition

Part of the Amigas operating system. Used to describe the graphic environment. Intuition uses the graphic library and low level functions to create the method of interaction between the user and the computer.
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intuition

Rapid, unconscious thought process. In philosophy, intuition is that knowledge of a concept which does not derive directly from the senses. Thus, we may be said to have an intuitive idea of God,...
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Intuition

Consistent judgements made by people (typically, without an explanation of how these judgements are made). Within language systems, the ability of native speakers of a language to make consistent judgements about the sentences of their language; for example, their ability to decide which sentence of words in their language are well-formed.
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Intuition

In`tu·i'tion noun [ Latin intuitus , past participle of intueri to look on; in- in, on + tueri : confer French intuition . See Tuition .] 1. A looking after; a regard to. [ Obsolete] « What, no reflection on a reward! He might have an intu...
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intuition

Knowing or understanding without conscious use of reasoning. ... (12 Dec 1998) ...
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intuition

noun instinctive knowing (without the use of rational processes)
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intuition

noun an impression that something might be the case; `he had an intuition that something had gone wrong`
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Intuition

• (n.) Any object or truth discerned by direct cognition; especially, a first or primary truth. • (n.) Direct apprehension or cognition; immediate knowledge, as in perception or consciousness; -- distinguished from `mediate` knowledge, as in reasoning; as, the mind knows by intuition that black is not white, that a circle is not a square,...
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intuition

in philosophy, the power of obtaining knowledge that cannot be acquired either by inference or observation, by reason or experience. As such, ... [17 related articles]
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intuition

intuition (lexicomedy) Hunch break.
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intuition

the passive species of representation, by means of which our sen¬sibility enables to have sensations. By requiring appearances to be given in space and time, intuitions allow us to perceive particular relations between representations, thereby limiting empirical knowledge to the sensible realm. (Cf. concept.)
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intuition

intuition, in philosophy, way of knowing directly; immediate apprehension. The Greeks understood intuition to be the grasp of universal principles by the intelligence (nous), as distinguished from the fleeting impressions of the senses. The distinction used by the Greeks implied the superiority of i...
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Intuition

(Lat. intuere, to look at) The direct and immediate apprehension by a knowing subject of itself, of its conscious states, of other minds, of an external world, of universals, of values or of rational truths. -- L.W.
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intuition

Rapid, unconscious thought process. In philosophy, intuition is that knowledge of a concept which does not derive directly from the senses. Thus, we may be said to have an intuitive idea of God, beauty, or justice. The concept of intuition is similar to Bertrand Russell's theory of knowledge by acquaintance. In both cases, it is contrasted with...
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INTUITION

(1) According to INTUITIONISM, a special faculty or power of apprehending moral truths; also any exercise or product of that faculty.
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Intuition

The non-paranormal ability to grasp the elements of a situation or to draw conclusions about complex events in ways that go beyond a purely rational or intellectual analysis.
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intuition

instinctive knowing, without the use of rational processes
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intuition

instinctive knowing, without the use of rational processes
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intuition

instinctive knowing, without the use of rational processes
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