1 spontaneously derived from or prompted by a natural tendency; "an intuitive revulsion"
automatic, without requiring conscious thought
Intuition has many related meanings, usually connected to the meaning "ability to sense or know immediately without reasoning", including:
- Intuition is the philosophical method of Henri Bergson.
- Intuition (philosophy)
- In psychology, intuition may mean:
- Intuition (Amiga) - the name of the graphical user interface toolkit supplied with the Commodore Amiga.
- In music, intuition may mean:
- Intuition (book) - a novel by Allegra Goodman
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