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the condition of being aware

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an alert cognitive state in which you are aware of yourself and your situation

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Biedebach's imaginative attempts at finding the answers to his questions about human consciousness are laudable indeed perhaps even life-changing for some.
Yet despite currently occupying the margins of contemporary life, religion, mythology and ritual are fundamental aspects of human consciousness.
Sorli states: "Once the mind stops, human consciousness can watch and recognize it.
The analysis he proposes is a kind of analogy with human consciousness and the carrying out of human intentions.
Human consciousness exists; we will take this as a given.
He argues that nothing escapes the acid test of natural selection, a mechanism that pervades the organic world from the origin of life on Earth to human consciousness and social behavior.
He was one of the presences preaching expanding black consciousness, as expanding human consciousness.
According to numerous accounts, human consciousness supposedly hurtles through a similar tunnel at the moment of death, drawn by beckoning light and a sense of unconditional love.
The Mind Science Foundation is dedicated solving the puzzle of human consciousness by funding leading-edge scientific research and education.
A lot of pieces of evidence all came together to point to this network playing a role in human consciousness.
In posing the question of whether animals would die happier with the capacity of human consciousness, Alexis provides a bleak yet revitalizing tale of human mortality and the gift, or curse, of superior intelligence.
Aleksander, programmer of a neural net he calls Magnus, takes a philosophical approach to the topic of consciousness, outlining the potential consciousness of computers with the implied question of whether human consciousness follows the same rules.
The Suspension of Seriousness is an in-depth scrutiny of a critical aspect of human consciousness and behavior, highly recommended for the philosophy shelves of college and gradual school libraries.
Her chapters focus on human consciousness, human survival, social meanings, money and trade, status and control, cloth as communication, and the spiritual, sacred, and healing significance of cloth.
Taking LSD reinforced my sense of what was important: creating great things instead of making money, putting things back into the stream of history and of human consciousness as much as I could," Jobs said.
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