consciousness

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English - Turkish
bilinç

Tom asla yeniden bilinç kazanmadı. - Tom never regained consciousness.

Tom yeniden bilinç kazandı. - Tom has regained consciousness.

{i} şuur

Tom yeniden şuur kazanmadı. - Tom hasn't regained consciousness.

bilinçlilik
İdrak, anlayış, akıl, his, vukuf
{i} akıl
{i} of -in farkında olma, -i bilme
{i} idrak
{i} zihin
stream bilinçaltı akımı
anlayış
vukuf
{i} his
öz bilinç
(Tıp) bilinçli
şuurluluk
conscious
bilinçli

Onun kabalığı tesadüfi değil bilinçliydi. - His rudeness was conscious, not accidental.

Bir insan, bilinçli bir varlıktır. - A human is a conscious being.

conscious
bilinç

Bilinç varlığın ön koşuludur. - Consciousness is a precondition of being.

Onun kabalığı tesadüfi değil bilinçliydi. - His rudeness was conscious, not accidental.

consciousness of
farkında olma
consciousness expanding
zihin açıcı
consciousness in literature
edebiyatta bilinç
consciousness of citizenship
yurttaşlık bilinci
consciousness of inhabitants
(Çevre) çevre sakinliği bilinci
consciousness raising
bilinçlendirme
consciousness raising
bilinç yükseltme
conscious
farkında

Bana bakan adamın farkında değildim. - I was not conscious of a man looking at me.

Ben yatmaya gittikten sonra bile, salondaki seslerin farkındaydım. - Even after I went to bed, I was conscious of the voices in the parlor.

conscious
{s} kasti
conscious
bilincinde

Onun varlığının bilincinde değildim. - I was not conscious of his presence.

Kendim onun bilincinde değildim, fakat onun başarısını kıskanıyor olabilirim. - I myself was not conscious of it, but I may have been jealous of his success.

conscious
{s} inançlı

Kutsal Kuran bize, Allah'a inançlı olmayı ve her zaman doğru konuşmayı emreder. - As the Holy Koran tells us, Be conscious of God and speak always the truth.

conscious
ayık
conscious
şuuru yerinde
conscious
(Tıp) şuur

Tom yeniden şuur kazanmadı. - Tom hasn't regained consciousness.

conscious
kasıtlı
conscious
bilinci yerinde
consciousness of
bilme
regain consciousness
ayılmak
self consciousness
özbilinçlilik
threshold of consciousness
duyum eşiği
virtual consciousness
sanal bilinç
class consciousness
sınıf bilinci
conscious
kendinde
regain consciousness
ayıl
self consciousness
kendi halini düşünme
false consciousness
yanlış bilinç
false consciousness
Yanlış bilinçlenme
health consciousness
sağlık bilinci
lose consciousness
Bilincini kaybetmek, kendinden geçmek, kendini kaybetmek
loss of consciousness
Bilinç kaybı
recover consciousness
Bilincini geri
self consciousness
(Psikoloji, Ruhbilim) Kendilik bilinci, kendini bilme
to faint, to lose consciousness
bayılmak, bilinç kaybetmek
altered state of consciousness
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) değişen bilinç durumları
citizen consciousness
yurttaşlık bilinci
class consciousness
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) sınıf mücadelesi
clouding of consciousness
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) bilinç sislenmesi
conscious
consciously bile bile
conscious
bilinçle

Belgesel, yoksulların durumu hakkında bilinçlendirmek demektir. - The documentary is meant to raise consciousness about the plight of the poor.

conscious
{s} uyanık
conscious
kastiyle
conscious
kasıtlı/farkında/bilinçli
conscious
şuurla
conscious
bilinciyle
conscious
şuurlu
conscious
sıkılgan
conscious
{s} farkında olan
conscious
vukuflu
crowd consciousness
kalabalık şuuru
crowd consciousness
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) kalabalık bilinci
divided consciousness
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) bölünmüş bilinç
false consciousness
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) lukacs
false consciousness
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) yanlış bilinç marx
impairment of consciousness
(Tıp) şuur bozukluğu
lose consciousness
kendini kaybetmek
lose consciousness
kendinden geçmek
lose consciousness
bayılmak
phenomenal consciousness
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) olgusal bilinç
raise the consciousness
bilincini geliştirmek
regain consciousness
kendine gelmek
regain consciousness
bilinci yerine gelmek
regain senses or consciousness
narkozun etkisinden çıkmak
self consciousness
kendini bilme
stream of consciousness
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) bilinçakışı
tourism consciousness
(Turizm) turizm bilinci
English - English
The state of being conscious or aware; awareness
{n} perception of what passes in the mind, attended with certainty
Awareness of perception
Genus: State of existence Differentia: Characterized by having an awareness of reality Link: Article
(thoughts) citta: heart, mind, consciousness, organ of thought
The awareness of knowledge expressed through the experiences and thoughts we hold
(kon´shus-nes): A state of awareness (p 158)
The consciousness of a group of people is their set of ideas, attitudes, and beliefs. The Greens were the catalysts of a necessary change in the European consciousness. = mentality
The awareness of the sensations, thoughts, and feelings being experienced at a given momentconsciousness (124 0K)
That annoying time between naps
the complex phenomenon of actively processing perceptions, thoughts, feelings, wishes, and memories to create a mental reality for adapting to the world
{i} awareness of one's surroundings; cognition, ability to perceive
See the Note under Attention
the quality or state of being aware especially of something within oneself
The substance and intelligence that envelops, surrounds and penetrates everything in creation to gradually make it aware of itself However, to do that, it needs spirit and soul as the vehicle to contain, unfold and manifest its inherent qualities There are different levels of consciousness, each with a corresponding attuned "instrument" to express its own level Hence consciousness is the medium used by the impersonal will and unconditional Love of Pure Being, or of the Unknown God
Awareness of events or stimuli in the environment and awareness of cognitive phenomena such as memories, thoughts, and bodily sensations (Solso)
The continuous stream of perceptions, thoughts, feelings, or sensations of which we are aware from moment to moment-our awareness of various cognitive processes, such as sleeping, dreaming, concentrating, and making decisions
Difficult to define The attributes usually ascribed to consciousness usually include self-awareness, a sense of past and future, free will and most outward signs of intelligent behavior
The state of being conscious; knowledge of one's own existence, condition, sensations, mental operations, acts, etc
Same as the Absolute, but with emphasis on the quality of Absolute that is eternally registering manifest experience
inward sense of guilt or innocence
a philosophical explanation of what consciousness is or how it might be explained eludes us If we stick to what it is like to be a conscious human being, we have no explanation; if we try to explain consciousness in terms of what goes on in our brains, the sheer feel of consciousness itself is left aside
Our own awareness of ourselves and the world; the mental processes that we can perceive; our thoughts and feelings
Consciousness is the state of being awake rather than being asleep or unconscious. If someone loses consciousness, they become unconscious, and if they regain consciousness, they become conscious after being unconscious. She banged her head and lost consciousness He drifted in and out of consciousness. see also stream of consciousness. Quality or state of being aware. As applied to the lower animals, consciousness refers to the capacity for sensation and, usually, simple volition. In higher animals, this capacity may also include thinking and emotion. In human beings, consciousness is understood to include "meta-awareness," an awareness that one is aware. The term also refers broadly to the upper level of mental life of which the person is aware, as contrasted with unconscious processes. Levels of consciousness (e.g., attention vs. sleep) are correlated with patterns of electrical activity in the brain (brain waves). See also philosophy of mind
awareness of one's internal or external environment
having knowledge of; "he had no awareness of his mistakes"; "his sudden consciousness of the problem he faced"; "their intelligence and general knowingness was impressive"
Immediate knowledge or perception of the presence of any object, state, or sensation
The ability to talk about, articulate, describe, other otherwise overtly manipulate information Normally we steer this word in a little narrower direction, as if it meant the ability to talk about and manipulate information known to the person talking about it or manipulating it; the information that can be talked about includes the talk about information, so that you can talk about a discussion of a discussion of a discussion of a discussion, etc Some self-referential power seems to be needed for consciousness
Some define consciousness as the totality of experience at any given instant, as opposed to 'mind', which is the sum of all past moments of consciousness
Your consciousness is your mind and your thoughts. That idea has been creeping into our consciousness for some time. = awareness
Awareness of yourself and the world around you
awareness, especially of something within oneself the state of being characterized by sensation, emotion, volition & thought: MIND the upper level of mental life as contrasted with unconscious processes
  n   1 The state or condition of being conscious   2 A sense of identity, esp the complex of attitudes, beliefs, and sensitivities held by or considered characteristic of an individual or a group **
The component of waking awareness, both inside and outside oneself, perceptible by a person at any given instant Includes awareness of right and wrong, of psychopathological attitudes and of goodness, truth and beauty
You use consciousness to refer to an interest in and knowledge of a particular subject or idea. Her political consciousness sprang from her upbringing when her father's illness left the family short of money. = awareness
Feeling, persuasion, or expectation; esp
an alert cognitive state in which you are aware of yourself and your situation; "he lost consciousness"
the awareness in the brain that someone/something exists (only in living creatures with brains)
an alert cognitive state in which you are aware of yourself and your situation; "he lost consciousness
chit
surat
cit
{i} awareness
consciousness raising
Consciousness raising is the process of developing awareness of an unfair situation, with the aim of making people want to help in changing it. consciousness-raising groups. the process of making people understand and care more about a moral, social, or political problem, especially by giving them information
Cosmic consciousness
Cosmic consciousness is the state of consciousness during meditation that is free from all stress and sin, and fills the person with deep joy
conscious
aware

I was conscious of a noise behind me.

conscious
aware of one's own existence; aware of one's own awareness

The best indicator of your level of consciousness is how you deal with life's challenges when they come. Through those challenges, an already unconscious person tends to become more deeply unconscious, and a conscious person more intensely conscious.

false consciousness
A faulty understanding of the true character of social processes, due to ideology
higher consciousness
a supposed mode of cognition beyond human self-awareness
higher consciousness
the notion of historical progress in the evolution of the human mind
higher consciousness
a concept of mystical transcendence of human consciousness, especially in Hinduism-inspired New Age philosophy, Yoga and psychedelic drugs subculture
raise someone's consciousness
To increase a person's awareness of, and often sympathy for, an issue, cause, or condition

Raised in an Old Left family, I was taught about male chauvinism and thought I knew something about it, but at the beginning of feminism's Second Wave in the 1970's, I concluded that I needed to raise my consciousness.

self-consciousness
Shyness. A feeling of unease in social situations
self-consciousness
The awareness of the self as an entity
stream of consciousness
a literary device that seeks to describe this process by means of a long, unstructured soliloquy
stream of consciousness
the continuous flow of thoughts that makes up an individual's conscious experience
conscious
aware that one lives, feels, and thinks
conscious
{a} inwardly persuaded, privy
false consciousness
In Marxist theory, a failure to recognize the instruments of one's oppression or exploitation as one's own creation, as when members of an oppressed class unwittingly adopt views of the oppressor class
stream of consciousness
(pl. streams of consciousness) A literary technique that presents the thoughts and feelings of a character as they occur
stream of consciousness
(Psychology) The conscious experience of an individual regarded as a continuous, flowing series of images and ideas running through the mind
stream-of-consciousness writing
Free writing — also called stream-of-consciousness writing — is a prewriting technique in which a person writes continuously for a set period of time without regard to spelling, grammar, or topic
Conscious
conscient
God consciousness
Known also as refined cosmic consciousness-it is the state in which a person, through meditation, can comprehend the infinity of creation. A step above cosmic consciousness, it is the state of awareness that angels continuously maintain
International Society for Krishna Consciousness
officially International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON) 20th-century Hindu religious movement. It was founded in the U.S. by A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami (1896-1977) in 1965. The organization claims a lineage of spiritual masters dating back to Caitanya (1485-1534?), whom it regards as an incarnation of Krishna. Hare Krishna became popular in the U.S. and Europe among young people of the 1960s and '70s counterculture, who often appeared in public places dressed in saffron robes, chanting, dancing, and asking for contributions. Members of the group are vegetarians. They renounce alcohol and drugs and chant several hours every day. Peace and joy are to be gained by surrendering to Krishna. Since the founder's death in 1977, the communes in which many members live have been governed by an international commission. The movement has endured several schisms since its founding and was among the first groups to be attacked by anticult organizations
International Society for Krishna Consciousness ISKCON
officially International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON) 20th-century Hindu religious movement. It was founded in the U.S. by A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami (1896-1977) in 1965. The organization claims a lineage of spiritual masters dating back to Caitanya (1485-1534?), whom it regards as an incarnation of Krishna. Hare Krishna became popular in the U.S. and Europe among young people of the 1960s and '70s counterculture, who often appeared in public places dressed in saffron robes, chanting, dancing, and asking for contributions. Members of the group are vegetarians. They renounce alcohol and drugs and chant several hours every day. Peace and joy are to be gained by surrendering to Krishna. Since the founder's death in 1977, the communes in which many members live have been governed by an international commission. The movement has endured several schisms since its founding and was among the first groups to be attacked by anticult organizations
States of consciousness
The states of consciousness are waking, sleeping, dreaming, transcending, cosmic consciousness, god consciousness, unity consciousness, and Brahma consciousness
Unity consciousness
The next to the highest level of consciousness in transcendental meditation, whereby the individual is completely enlightened and understands his or her essential unity with all living things
class consciousness
knowledge and understanding of the class system, and of your own and other people's social class
class consciousness
awareness of the differences between the classes (lower class, upper class, etc.)
conscious
If you are conscious of something, you notice it or realize that it is happening. She was very conscious of Max studying her Conscious that he was becoming light-headed again, he went over to the window. = aware
conscious
the waking mind policed by ethics, morality, rights and wrong It self-imposes rules, restrictions, and regulates action and behavior
conscious
{s} aware; awake
conscious
A conscious decision or action is made or done deliberately with you giving your full attention to it. I don't think we ever made a conscious decision to have a big family Make a conscious effort to relax your muscles. = deliberate + consciously con·scious·ly Sophie was not consciously seeking a replacement after her father died
conscious
alert, awake
conscious
knowing and perceiving; having awareness of surroundings and sensations and thoughts; "remained conscious during the operation"; "conscious of his faults"; "became conscious that he was being followed"
conscious
Possessing knowledge, whether by internal, conscious experience or by external observation; cognizant; aware; sensible
conscious
Someone who is conscious is awake rather than asleep or unconscious. She was fully conscious all the time and knew what was going on. unconscious
conscious
Made the object of consciousness; known to one's self; as, conscious guilt
conscious
(followed by `of') showing realization or recognition of something; "few voters seem conscious of the issue's importance"; "conscious of having succeeded"; "the careful tread of one conscious of his alcoholic load"- Thomas Hardy
conscious
Possessing the faculty of knowing one's own thoughts or mental operations
conscious
intentionally conceived; "a conscious effort to speak more slowly"; "a conscious policy"
conscious
If you are conscious of something, you think about it a lot, especially because you are unhappy about it or because you think it is important. I'm very conscious of my weight = aware
conscious
Present moment awareness Awareness of seven two chunks of information
conscious
Possession of awareness or mental life or having sensations and feelings Also, the condition of an organism that is receiving impressions or having experiences
conscious
aware or awake, as in: The patient was conscious for an hour, then relapsed into a coma
conscious
Conscious memories or thoughts are ones that you are aware of. He had no conscious memory of his four-week stay in hospital unconscious + consciously con·scious·ly Most people cannot consciously remember much before the ages of 5 to 7 years
conscious
intentionally conceived; "a conscious effort to speak more slowly"; "a conscious policy
level of consciousness
position or standard of conscious awareness
lose consciousness
become unconscious
loss of consciousness
loss of one's senses
loss of consciousness
the occurrence of a loss of the ability to perceive and respond
lost consciousness
lost use of his senses
recover consciousness
become conscious again, return to consciousness
regain consciousness
return to consciousness, come to, become conscious again
regained consciousness
came out of a coma; was revived from a fainting spell, recovered from fainting
self-consciousness
act of being aware of one's actions, self awareness
self-consciousness
embarrassment deriving from the feeling that others are critically aware of you
self-consciousness
self-awareness plus the additional realization that others are similarly aware of you
self-consciousness
self-awareness plus the additional realization that others are similarly aware of you embarrassment deriving from the feeling that others are critically aware of you
stream of consciousness
If you describe what someone writes or says as a stream of consciousness, you mean that it expresses their thoughts as they occur, rather than in a structured way. The novel is an intensely lyrical stream-of-consciousness about an Indian woman who leaves her family home to be married. the expression of thoughts and feelings in writing exactly as they pass through your mind, without the usual structure they have in formal writing. Narrative technique in nondramatic fiction intended to render the flow of myriad impressions visual, auditory, tactile, associative, and subliminal that impinge on an individual consciousness. To represent the mind at work, a writer may incorporate snatches of thought and grammatical constructions that do not seem coherent because they are based on the free association of ideas and images. The term was first used by William James in The Principles of Psychology (1890). In the 20th century, writers attempting to capture the total flow of their characters' consciousness commonly used the techniques of interior monologue, which represents a sequence of thought and feeling. Novels in which stream of consciousness plays an important role include James Joyce's Ulysses (1922), William Faulkner's The Sound and the Fury (1929), and Virginia Woolf's The Waves (1931)
stream of consciousness
the continuous flow of ideas and feelings that constitute an individual's conscious experience a literary genre that reveals a character's thoughts and feeling as they develop by means of a long soliloquy
stream of consciousness
perception of thought as a series of conditions which flow with time (Psychology); recording of a series of thoughts on paper without any chronological or syntactical order (Literature)
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