Definition of conciousness
1. consciousness [ n ] an alert cognitive state in which you are aware of yourself and your situation
Examples: "he lost consciousness"
(High Fidelity, 11:10...)
The engineering as_such never obtrudes_upon your consciousness .
(Nathan Rapport, ""I've Been Here before!"...)
Hereby , the external object viewed by the eyes remains the thing that is seen , not the retinal image , the purpose of which would be to achieve perceptive cooperation by stirring sympathetic impulses in the other sensory centers , motor tensions , associated word symbols , and consciousness .
So we may conceive the coexistence of the infinite number of universal , apparently momentary states_of_matter , successive one_after_another in consciousness , but permanent each on its own basic phase of the progressive frequencies .
This theory makes it possible for any event throughout eternity to be continuously available at any moment to consciousness .
Consciousness is the factor that provides the progressive continuity to sensory impressions .Synonyms consciousness Related Terms unconsciousness cognitive_state self sensibility awareness waking stream_of_consciousness
2. consciousness [ n ] having knowledge of
Examples: "he had no awareness of his mistakes" "his sudden consciousness of the problem he faced" "their intelligence and general knowingness was impressive"
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