subconsciousness


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subconsciousness

 [sub-kon´shus-nes]
the state of being partially conscious.

sub·con·scious·ness

(sŭb-kon'shŭs-nes),
1. Partial unconsciousness.
2. The state in which mental processes take place without conscious perception.

subconsciousness

/sub·con·scious·ness/ (-nes) the state of being partially conscious.

subconsciousness

sub·con·scious·ness

(sŭb-kon'shŭs-nĕs)
1. Partial unconsciousness.
2. The state in which mental processes take place without the conscious perception of the person.

sub·con·scious·ness

(sŭb-kon'shŭs-nĕs)
1. Partial unconsciousness.
2. The state in which mental processes take place without conscious perception.
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Yet, I was disturbed; and I thought: I must go over this question frankly with myself; I must go down to its roots; drag it up out of my subconsciousness, it possible, and give myself the absolutely true answer.
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When you're a kid you're scared of going to the dentist, and I think that most adults still harbour that feeling, even if it's buried deep down in their subconsciousness.
In "Serpentine Rivers," the serpentine quality of Swinburne's prose is again finely analyzed on pages 461-462 and 473, and Ostermark-Johansen demonstrates that, despite their differences, Swinburne and Pater, along with Gautier and Baudelaire, "created an entirely new and seductive literary style in the borderland between prose and poetry where rhythm, alliteration, and metaphorical language work on the reader's subconsciousness and seriously rival the powers of the visual image" (p.
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I found much of the text to be thought-provoking in a 'reaction-neutral' sort of way - yet this could be the best sort of reaction as the information can then seep into the subconsciousness for later processing and action.
During the first years of life, then, the child is living in a highly suggestible state of subconsciousness dominated by the emotional brain.
The formal method, on the contrary, because it depends on the spontaneous reactions of the artist, because it springs from his intuitive subconsciousness, permits an unhampered objectification of the national strain.