Anoetic

• (a.) Unthinkable. • (a.) Not subject to conscious attention; having an indefinite, relatively passive, conscious being; characteristic of the `fringe` or `margin` of consciousness.
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Anoetic

(Gr. a + noetikos, from nous, the mind) Applied to pure sensations, affective states and other pre-cognitive or non-cognitive states of mind. -- L.W.
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Anoetic

An`o·et'ic adjective [ Greek ... unthinkable; ... priv. + ... perceptible, thinkable.] 1. Unthinkable. [ Rare] 2. (Psychol.) Not subject to conscious attention; having an indefinite, relatively passive, conscious being; characteristic of the 'fringe' or 'margin' of consciousness. &...
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anoetic

anoetic Lacking the power of concentration.
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anoetic

Lacking the power of comprehension, as in severe and profound levels of mental retardation. ... Origin: G. Anoesia, from a-priv. + noos, perception ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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anoetic

Type: Term Pronunciation: an′ō-et′ik Definitions: 1. Lacking the power of comprehension, as in severe and profound levels of mental retardation.
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