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of or associated with or requiring the use of the mind

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Noetic Solutions (2010) A strategic review of the New South Wales juvenile justice system: Report for the Minister of Juvenile Justice, ACT: Noetic Solutions.
This religious epistemology must steer a course between the exclusivism of asserting one noetic system over all others and the relativistic agnosticism of being unable to commit to any.
Luft advocates a noetic complement to Cassirer's approach that reconstructs the depth-dimension of cultural horizons in the certainty that this dimension consists only of sedimented intentional acts interrelated according to eidetic laws of genesis.
Marilyn Schlitz, PhD, is president of the Institute for Noetic Sciences (IONS.
Broadway, is showing "Under the Influence," featuring Alex Peyton-Levine, Ellyn Herman and Nicola Noetic, plus music by Brendan Curran.
Frankl wrote, to assist in restoring health in all our patients, we must address the physical, psychic, and noetic dimensions.
Frankl suggested, to assist in restoring health in all our patients, we must address the physical, psychic, and noetic dimension (Psychotherapy and Existentialism: Selected Papers on Logotherapy, New York: Washington Square Press, 1967).
Nevertheless, Harrison recognizes that some leading early modern thinkers did not put too much emphasis on the noetic effects of the Fall.
He has been a special invitee at such prestigious conferences as the World Economic Forum, United Nations Millennium Peace Summit, TED, Noetic Science Conference, World Council of Religious Leaders, Australian Leadership Council, Dartmouth's Business School and Google.
Brown also drags into his thesis the Noetic Theory and mentions man's collective emotional response to the tragedy of 9/11.
Just Say 'No' " by Peter Russell, a fellow of the Institute of Noetic Sciences, The World Business Academy, and The Findhorn Foundation, and an Honorary Member of The Club of Budapest.
DR MITCHELL W Krucoff, Professor of Medicine/ cardiology and Director of the Cardiovascular Devices Unit at DUKE university also made a presentation on the MANTRA study project (Monitoring and Actualisation of Noetic Training), which examines the therapeutic effects of music, imagery, touch and prayers, projecting these as useful adjuncts to cardiovascular care.
THE Institute of Noetic Science was created in 1973 by former astronaut Edgar Mitchell and industrialist Paul Temple.
Jonathan Kvanvig's 'Two Approaches to Epistemic Defeat' compares his (Kvanvig's) own 'front-door' approach to epistemic defeat, which is a 'propositionalist' account beginning 'with propositional relationships, only by implication describing what happens in the context of a noetic system,' with Plantinga's 'backdoor' approach, which is a 'doxasticist' account assuming 'a context of actual belief and an entire noetic system .
After retiring from the Navy in 1972, Mitchell founded the Institute of Noetic Sciences to sponsor research into the nature of consciousness, cosmology and causality.