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intellectual
used in The Souls of Black Folk

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intellectual stimulation
Definition
related to intelligence — such as requiring, appealing to, or possessing intelligence
  • At the same time, through schools and periodicals, discussions and lectures, he is intellectually quickened and awakened.
    Chapter 10 (92% in)

There are no more uses of "intellectual" flagged with this meaning in The Souls of Black Folk.

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  • All this must mean a time of intense ethical ferment, of religious heart-searching and intellectual unrest.
    Chapter 10 (73% in)
  • Such aspiration was especially voiced in the earnest songs of Phyllis, in the martyrdom of Attucks, the fighting of Salem and Poor, the intellectual accomplishments of Banneker and Derham, and the political demands of the Cuffes.
    Chapter 3 (33% in)
  • In the fourth place there are the less tangible but highly important forms of intellectual contact and commerce, the interchange of ideas through conversation and conference, through periodicals and libraries; and, above all, the gradual formation for each community of that curious tertium quid which we call public opinion.
    Chapter 9 (8% in)
  • Now, is this a minor matter which has no influence on the main question of the industrial and intellectual development of the Negro?
    Chapter 9 (49% in)
  • Now if one notices carefully one will see that between these two worlds, despite much physical contact and daily intermingling, there is almost no community of intellectual life or point of transference where the thoughts and feelings of one race can come into direct contact and sympathy with the thoughts and feelings of the other.
    Chapter 9 (79% in)
  • Between them, however, and the best element of the whites, there is little or no intellectual commerce.
    Chapter 9 (82% in)
  • The daily paper chronicles the doings of the black world from afar with no great regard for accuracy; and so on, throughout the category of means for intellectual communication,—schools, conferences, efforts for social betterment, and the like,—it is usually true that the very representatives of the two races, who for mutual benefit and the welfare of the land ought to be in complete understanding and sympathy, are so far strangers that one side thinks all whites are narrow and...
    Chapter 9 (83% in)
  • At the same time this social, intellectual, and economic centre is a religious centre of great power.
    Chapter 10 (25% in)

There are no more uses of "intellectual" in The Souls of Black Folk.

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