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cerebration

 [ser″ĕ-bra´shun]
normal and appropriate activity of the brain.

cer·e·bra·tion

(ser'ĕ-brā'shŭn),
Activity of the mental processes; thinking.
See also: mentation, cognition.

cer·e·bra·tion

(ser'ĕ-brā'shŭn)
Activity of the mental processes; thinking.
See also: cognition

cerebration

Thinking.

cer·e·bra·tion

(ser'ĕ-brā'shŭn)
Activity of the mental processes; thinking.
See also: mentation, cognition
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I do not think that cerebration sessions can be left unguided.
Through a study of several of George Eliot's novels, chapters two and three build on the foundations laid out in the preceding sections by addressing the pressing question the phenomenon of unconscious cerebration immediately begs; Ryan writes, Eliot "explored the basic paradox that a person could act without a sense of volition and considered the questions about responsibility that emerged from the notion that human actions previously regarded as volitional were largely automatic ...
Only Silence (total absence of cerebration: the "silence" of all percepts, precepts, ideas, concepts and images we may have about It) is the best "expression", "manifestation", "language" of Truth -indeed it is the Absolute Truth Itself.
When Webb suggests that Ernst Bloch "represents a stereotypical example of the utopian parading his own pedantic cerebrations as the best world for all," (46) he could be echoing Joyce's view of Bloom (and thereby of himself)--except insofar as Joyce does not condemn Bloom for his pedantic Utopianism so much as he applauds him for it, precisely because Bloom is himself a little man with big dreams.
so many ideational changes take place in the Cerebrum, of which we may be unconscious for want of receptivity on the part of the Sensorium' ('Unconscious Cerebration' Vol.23 p.35 quoted by Chappie in Science and Literature in the Nineteenth Century, 1986,p.ll5).
The cerebration for the Hihg Point showroom will take place on Sat.
Here the probing is carried further in a brilliant and uncompromising indictment of some of the worst aspects of modern civilization, showing us the hard-boiled criminal mind not as a return to savagery but as a horrible perversion of cerebration." JANE SPENCE SOUTHRON, NEW YORK TIMES, 6/26/38
(18) Dega writes, "chez la femme, l'emotion n'arrive pas a un degre de cerebration suffisante" (27).
The renowned a capella group, Vocal Motion Six (VM6), will host a show in cerebration of its music career spanning over a decade.
All too often, the actor is called upon to labor cerebrally on script analysis, on biographical research, as well as on parsing and scoring, and then the actor is expected to transform that cerebration into physical and emotional action.
Celebration and Cerebration. Talk delivered at the 30th Aniversary of the Department of Puerto Rican and Hispanic Caribbean Studies.
emotionality; cerebration's jettisoned for the gut.