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Noun
/ˈkänCHəsnəs/,
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consciousnesses, plural;
  1. The state of being awake and aware of one's surroundings
    • - she failed to regain consciousness and died two days later
  2. The awareness or perception of something by a person
    • - her acute consciousness of Mike's presence
  3. The fact of awareness by the mind of itself and the world
    • - consciousness emerges from the operations of the brain

  1. an alert cognitive state in which you are aware of yourself and your situation; "he lost consciousness"
  2. awareness: having knowledge of; "he had no awareness of his mistakes"; "his sudden consciousness of the problem he faced"; "their intelligence and general knowingness was impressive"
  3. (conscious) intentionally conceived; "a conscious effort to speak more slowly"; "a conscious policy"
  4. (consciously) with awareness; "she consciously played with the idea of inviting them"
  5. Consciousness is variously defined as subjective experience, awareness, the ability to experience "feeling", wakefulness, or the executive control system of the mind.Farthing, 1992 It is an umbrella term that may refer to a variety of mental phenomena. ...
  6. Consciousness is the fourth full-length album by post-grunge band Smile Empty Soul. The album was released on August 25, 2009. "Don't Ever Leave" was chosen as the first single off the album. It was also revealed that the band will be shooting a video for the song.
  7. Strong AI is artificial intelligence that matches or exceeds human intelligence — the intelligence of a machine that can successfully perform any intellectual task that a human being can. or see where he defines strong AI as "machine intelligence with the full range of human intelligence. ...
  8. Vijñāna (Sanskrit; Devanagari: विज्ञान) or viññāa (Pāli; Devanagari: विञ्ञाण) is translated as "consciousness" or "life force" or simply "mind".See, for instance, Rhys Davids & Stede (1921-25), p. ...
  9. (Conscious (Alias episode)) The third season of the American drama/adventure television series Alias premiered September 28, 2003 on ABC and concluded May 23, 2004 and was released on DVD in region 1 on September 7, 2004. Guest stars in season three include Vivica A. ...
  10. (conscious) alert, awake; aware; aware of one's own existence; aware of one's own awareness
  11. (conscious) The condition of having active mental functions (as opposed to sleep, coma, or any other extinguishing of all mental function; to be aware.
  12. (CONSCIOUS) Alert, capable of responding to external stimuli.
  13. (CONSCIOUS) The mental awareness of facts or one’s inner feelings. Intentionally conceived or done; deliberate.
  14. (Conscious) Mediums who retain conscious control of their physical vehicle, choosing rather to serve as "interpreters" or "translators" for the personality essence and message of the speaker who exists at another level of vibration. cp. Welcome to the Multiverse
  15. (Conscious) Mind – This includes will-power, Logic and things we are deliberately thinking about, Your conscious mind is 5% of your whole mind – not much, but there is much more for your subconscious mind to deal with every minute of the day
  16. (Conscious) Possession of awareness or mental life or having sensations and feelings. Also, the condition of an organism that is receiving impressions or having experiences.
  17. (Conscious) Present moment awareness. Awareness of seven ( two chunks of information.
  18. (Conscious) That part of your mental activity which you are actually aware of at any given moment.  It is only the conscious mind which is limited to dealing with 7 chunks of information, plus or minus 2 (see Miller, George).
  19. (Conscious) The logical, reasoning, decision making part of the mind. The conscious state is that which we use in our normal waking state. This part makes up less than 5% of total mind.
  20. (Conscious) a quality of the mental life of the ego. The ego uses consciousness to manage reality, which includes allowing pleasurable id gratifications that don't collide with everyday demands or provoke the "thou shalt not"s of the superego.
  21. (Conscious) refers to everything a person is aware of: i.e., memories, desires, sentiments etc.
  22. (Conscious) the waking mind policed by ethics, morality, rights and wrong. It self-imposes rules, restrictions, and regulates action and behavior
  23. (conscious) All choices are conscious choices, according to Sartre. In existentialism, every choice is made aware of the consequences. There is no “subconscious” for in Sartre’s early works on psychology. Choices are made and denying a memory is an act of Bad Faith — a lie to the self.
  24. (conscious) Being aware of an inward state or an outside fact.
  25. (conscious) Perceiving, apprehending, or noticing with a degree of controlled thought or observation.