Intellectual and Theorist

Intellectual

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Intellectual noun – A person with strong intellectual interests.
Theorist and intellectual are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Theorist" instead a noun "Intellectual".
Nearby Words: intellect, intellection, intellectuality, intellective, intellectually
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Theorist

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Theorist noun – Someone who theorizes (especially in science or art).
Intellectual and theorist are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Intellectual" instead a noun "Theorist".
Nearby Words: theory, theoretical, theoretic, theorised
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  • More intellectual-type folks might have heard of Slavoj Žižek, a critical theorist/philosopher famous for using examples from popular culture to demonstrate philosophical points (one wonders what he would think of TV Tropes).
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