This omission is apt because, as I have already suggested, what counts as justification comes with a particular noetic
structure, and we will early and often see examples of this insularity.
interventions are defined as "a healing influence performed without the use of a drug, device or surgical procedure," say researchers.
means "inner knowing" and the IoNS aims to combine science with holistic programmes.
The following day, IGS joined the New York Society for General Semantics, Friends of the Institute of Noetic
Sciences, the Media Ecology Association, and Fordham Communications and Media Studies in hosting a symposium titled "Mind and Consciousness: Understanding / Reconciling / Integrating Symbol Systems and Nervous Systems.
In addition to the presentations, the Waterborne Symposium featured a Student Poster Session and a Technology Showcase which featured the latest technologies related to waterborne coatings from exhibitors including Cognis, Croda, Noetic
Technologies, Stepan Company and Velsicol Chemical.
Leo Catana's study on the noetic
and ontological concept of contractio in the writings of Giordano Bruno is a highly erudite, specialized work of scholarship that is well conceived and constructed.
Large-scale studies, which rely on high-speed random-number generators and quicken the pace of volunteers' responses, seem to interfere with any psychokinetic effects, contends a group of psychokinesis researchers led by Dean Radin of the Institute of Noetic
Sciences in Petaluma, Calif.
Any given fruit or the appropriate cure and medicine for a disease that come to the mind of a person, though not externally existent, partakes in a type of existence that can rightly be called "imaginal" or noetic
mysticism is noetic
in that it takes the form of a life of reason
He argues that Bruno used ontological and noetic
interpretations of contraction in an attempt to explain the relationship of God to his Creation in a way that conformed to his pantheism.
If only for a moment, a flash of insight, if the heart could take wing, if the mind could ascend, a noetic
hand reaching up to escape the bonds of earth, a finger of thought straining to touch the face of God, if we could grope to the stars and beyond, perhaps we would not be eternally alone, unforgiven.
In his book Belief in God in an Age of Science, Polkinghorne notes that mathematician Gregor Cantor "took the Platonic view that mathematics is the exploration of an existing noetic