cerebration


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No-one knows the "organization [of the] laborious unconscious cerebration work [that takes place] without our awareness", said Bernheim; or how "unconscious cerebration [actually generates] a visible and tangible product of the mind".
According to Andreasen (2006: 164) the regions of unconscious cerebration / mentation are located in the associative cortex (the frontal, temporal, parietal association regions).
I would suggest that members at a cerebration session be given sinecure tasks to do--short reports to write, or summaries of their conclusions, or brief answers to suggested problems--and be paid for that, the payment being the fee that would ordinarily be paid for the cerebration session.
Focusing primarily on Wilkie Collins's The Moonstone and The Woman in White in juxtaposition with several works by eminent physiological psychologist William Carpenter, chapter one continues the work of the introduction by articulating how novelistic representations of "unconscious cerebration" illustrated the latest theories in mental science.
4) Formation of cerebration room in order to inspect the collaborative ideas and to analyze the problems
It's as if the lessons explicitly not learned in Paris in 1876--where he rejected modernist experimentation--had dropped into that "deep well of unconscious cerebration" to re-emerge as lessons now important and salutary.
Frederick Hertz, an attorney with SameSexLaw.com says that a federal, task force has been assigned the job of determining benefits that can be extended to places of cerebration (states where couples were married) by executive order, agency rule-making or Congressional legistation.
The members gave their consent in writing to HMC official Dr KC Chacko at the 10th annual day cerebration of the Association in Doha.
This book is a cerebration of the intrepid spirit of sisters who established ministries on the frontier, often in harsh climes or isolated regions.
The realisation (or rather intuition or revelation) of this truth does not come as a result of linear dualistic logical reasoning or knowing, only in a total silence (absence of cerebration), as a pre-cognitive, pre-verbal non-dual "experience" of the fusion of all polar opposites, such as being & non-being, nothing & everything, subject & object, creator & creation, etc.-by Being It, by Being Nothing.
This is some kind of a cerebration of a whole year of preservation of the architectural heritage carried out by SCTA.
To what extent, then, is this ironization--this celebration and cerebration of indeterminacy--consistent with a progressive and dynamic mode of Utopian thought?
Alongside the emergence of modern sciences of mind and brain--the discovery of "unconscious cerebration," the project of physiognomy, and the work of thinkers in psychology and philosophy today canonized as key figures in the "prehistory" of cognitive science--there were, as well, a number of figures we might specifically term early "theorists of theory of mind," engaged in speculation and research recognizably anticipating contemporary attempts to plumb the mysteries of self-recognition and other-speculation.
The portfolio named 'Converging Lines' is rejuvenated by a difference in style, mannerism and cerebration. The drawings feature works that complement the endowment of drawing as well as are spontaneously expressive giving the viewer an opportunity to experience the creative process.
While reading The Naked and the Dead, I began to understand something wholly detached from the occult glory, fame, and entertainer-superstar-politician thread that Mailer is famous for colonizing: Mailer was definitely interested in narrating the cerebration of modern man's social and civic problems, and perhaps the direct challenge to American humankind's democratic spirit when faced with the powerful and nature-deciding apparatus of institutions and authoritarianism.