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★ faculty (n)【 能力;機能;学部】
But what is of most value in the study of history, in friendship, and in love is the gradual and tentative approximation to the understanding of personalities unlike one's own. This is not to be achieved by putting people in categories, nor yet by the faculty of intuition in which many people put their trust.

The old idea was that virtue depends essentially upon will: we were supposed to be full of bad desires, which we controlled by an abstract faculty of volition. It was apparently regarded as impossible to root out bad desires:.

We have this remarkable faculty, called imagination.

Yes, he does seem to have a faculty for making friends.
[ 出典:Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English, new ed.]

the faculty of sight / She retained her mental faculties (= the ability to think and understand) until the day she died.
[ 出典:Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary, 8th ed.]