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In neoplatonism, the divine reason, regarded as first divine emanation
The mind or intellect, reason
Common sense; practical intelligence
common sense; "she has great social nous"
that which is responsible for one's thoughts and feelings; the seat of the faculty of reason; "his mind wandered"; "I couldn't get his words out of my head"
A Greek word variously translated as "thinking," "mind," "spirit," and "intellect "
Nous is intelligence or common sense. Few ministers have the nous or the instinct required to understand the ramifications He is a man of extraordinary vitality, driving ambition and political nous. intelligence and the ability to make good practical decisions = common sense
common sense; "she has great social nous
(1 syl ) Genius, natural acumen, quick perception, ready wit The Platonists used the word for mind, or the first cause (Greek, nous, contraction of noos Pronounce nouce )
Intellect; understanding; talent; used humorously
{i} soul; intellect; capacity to acquire knowledge (Greek Philosophy); common sense (British)
The reason; the highest intellect; God regarded as the World Reason
mind or reason, both human and divine; intellect; "the place where the human ground of order is in accord with the ground of being"
The mind or intellect
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used humorously to tell someone that what you are going to say is secret and they must not tell anyone else