(That inner voice in man)
The intuitive perception is part of our conscience.
It knows exactly what is good and what is evil.
Its warning or assertive voice cannot be missed, if a man wishes to hear it.
Wilhelm von Humboldt (1767–1835) has this to say about it:
‘’Everyone must be a judge unto himself, and indeed so. For whatever anything deserves disapproval, the inner voice states this more loudly and hurtfully than outside criticism could ever do.’’
Therefore a man who suppresses his intuitive perception, and relies only on his intellect, is without conscience and acts and thinks without principle.