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What is the difference in meaning between educated and intellectual ?
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samerrustomeducated
went to school; has formal training
samerrustomintellectual
values, discusses, reads, and/or writes material that is concerned with big ideas in a knowledgeable way

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Is there a difference in meaning between intellectual and cultured please?
samerrustom intellectual and cultured
'intellectual' is more about your interest in matters of the mind.
'cultured' is more about your behavior—knowing how to act among people

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An educated person is one who completed the history of that subject and maybe contribute a little to that history.(eg thesis) (Education is the history of what many people have contributed to subjects)

An intellectual is one above that class. Most times incites, provokes, and apply full understanding beyond the subject.

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