Conscious

(Ger. bewusst) In Husserl: 1. Broadest sense: noematically intentional, conscious of something. A process may be 'conscious' in this sense even if it is not 'conscious'' in the following sense. 2. Narrower sense: 'Actual', belonging to the cogito. As living in a process that is 'conscious' in this second sense, the ego is also said to be 'consciou....
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conscious

(kon´shәs) having awareness of oneself and of one's acts and surroundings. a state of alertness or awareness characterized by response to external stimuli. the part of the mind that is constantly within awareness, one of the systems of Freud's topographic model of the mind.
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Conscious

• (a.) Possessing the faculty of knowing one`s own thoughts or mental operations. • (a.) Possessing knowledge, whether by internal, conscious experience or by external observation; cognizant; aware; sensible. • (a.) Made the object of consciousness; known to one`s self; as, conscious guilt.
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conscious

witting adjective intentionally conceived; `a conscious effort to speak more slowly`; `a conscious policy`
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conscious

[Adjective] To know or understand something or to be aware of your surroundings.
Example: I was conscious that he was feeling uneasy, although he was trying not to show it.
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Conscious

Con'scious adjective [ Latin conscius ; con- + scire to know. See Conscience .] 1. Possessing the faculty of knowing one's own thoughts or mental operations. « Some are thinking or conscious beings, or have a power of thought. I. Watts. »...
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conscious

1. Aware; having present knowledge or perception of oneself, one's acts and surroundings. ... 2. Denoting something occurring with the perceptive attention of the individual, as a conscious act or idea, distinguished from automatic or instinctive. ... Origin: L. Conscius, knowing ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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CONSCIOUS

Alert, capable of responding to external stimuli.
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conscious

conscious 1. Sharing in the knowledge of, having cognizance of, being a witness to; mentally alive or awake.2. Having internal perception or consciousness.3. Aware of what one is doing or intending to do; having a purpose and intention in one's actions.4. Objective or aware of one's consciousness; known to oneself, felt, sensible.
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conscious

having awareness of surroundings and sensations and thoughts
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Conscious

the waking mind policed by ethics, morality, rights and wrong. It self-imposes rules, restrictions, and regulates action and behavior
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Conscious

the waking mind policed by ethics, morality, rights and wrong. It self-imposes rules, restrictions, and regulates action and behavior
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conscious

Type: Term Pronunciation: con′shŭs Definitions: 1. Aware; having present knowledge or perception of oneself, one's acts, and surroundings. 2. Denoting something occurring with the perceptive attention of the individual, as a conscious act or idea, distinguished from automatic or instinctive.
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