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no·e·sis

(nō-ē'sis),
Cognition, especially through direct and self-evident knowledge.
[G. noēsis, thought, intelligence]
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noesis

(nō-ē′sĭs)
n.
The cognitive process; cognition.
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noesis

(nō-ē′sĭs) [Gr. noesis, thought]
The act of thinking; cognition.
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noesis

A psychological term for the process by which information is derived. The cognitive process. Cognition. From the Greek noesis , understanding.
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