Definition of Consciousnesses

1. Noun. (plural of consciousness) ¹



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Definition of Consciousnesses

1. consciousness [n] - See also: consciousness

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consciousnesses (current term)
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Literary usage of Consciousnesses

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1. Buddhism in Translations: Passages Selected from the Buddhist Sacred Books by Henry Clarke Warren (1900)
"These are made up either from the eight meritorious consciousnesses belonging to the realm of sensual pleasure, or from the twelve demeritorious ones, ..."

2. Buddhism in Translations by Henry Clarke Warren (1896)
"it is to be understood that three fruition-consciousnesses occur in the case of ... These are made up either from the eight meritorious consciousnesses ..."

3. On Double Consciousness: Experimental Psychological Studies by Alfred Binet (1896)
"But the study of the numerous relations existing between these separate consciousnesses was almost entirely neglected. It is our purpose, in this paper, ..."

4. A Study of Origins: Or, The Problems of Knowledge, of Being and of Duty by Edmond de Pressensé (1884)
"The author does not admit that consciousness of the ego is the simple resultant of the separate consciousnesses of the members of the colony; ..."

5. The Non-religion of the Future: A Sociological Study by Jean-Marie Guyau (1897)
"... the physical universe—(2) Relation between consciousnesses, their possible fusion in a superior consciousness—Contemporary psychology and the religious ..."

6. The Physiology of Faith and Fear: Or, The Mind in Health and Disease by William Samuel Sadler (1912)
"... moving back and forth the lines of demarcation between the central and the marginal consciousnesses. Under certain conditions a mental process may be ..."

7. Alterations of Personality by Alfred Binet (1896)
"PLURALITY OP consciousnesses IN HEALTHY SUBJECTS. IT has now become trite that the majority of experiments performed upon hysterical patients give very ..."

8. The Contingency of the Laws of Nature by Émile Boutroux (1916)
"As elementary consciousnesses, however, do not even possess the germ of unity ... Besides, one does not understand how several consciousnesses could thus ..."

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