How do we say " Love and intellect will prevail" in Latin? Thank you very much for your time.
"Ama ut ratio vincat."
Of course, that's if "Love" was a verb in English.
Also possible, "Ama et tunc intellectus vincet", but it feels weird to coordinate an indicative with an imperative, and it does feel like "conquer" is logically subordinate.
"Intellectus" may be the best noun, rather than "ratio". For example, compare "intellectus agens" as a technical phrase.