nous-, nou-, noe-, noes-, noet-, -noia +

(Greek: mind, intellect; the reason; common sense)

anoesis (s) (noun), anoeses (pl)
1. Absence of recognition or knowledge: The benign expression on the faces of Brenda's audience suggested that there was a state of anoesis, in that information was being presented to their minds but not being mentally processed or understood.
2. A condition in which someone has no acknowledgement of objects: Kara's anoesis showed a state of mind that consisted of pure sensations or emotions but no recognition and understanding of what was going on.
anoetic (adjective), more anoetic, most anoetic
A reference to the lack of any ability to concentrate: Due to severe worries about repaying his university loan, Lamont realized that he was experiencing an anoetic condition and could not focus on his studies.
1. Self-preoccupation to such a degree that no attention is paid to the outside world.
2. Autism.
1. Proceeding to a conclusion by reason or an argument rather than intuition.
2. Referring to the intellectual functions, especially to reasoning.
The mental faculty used in discursive reasoning.
jealous-type paranoia (s), jealous-type paranoias (pl) (noun forms)
The unfounded conviction that the patient's spouse or lover is unfaithful: "Such jealous-type paranoias can sometimes be so overwhelming that they make the relationships of such patients impossible."
litigious paranoia
Paranoia in which the patient institutes or threatens to institute legal action because of an imagined persecution.
Referring to thought or the operation of the mind.
Referring to the understanding.
The science of understanding; intellectual science.
The operation of the intellect; cognition.
1. Associated with or requiring the use of the mind.
2. Characteristic of, coming from, or understood by the human mind.
The intellectual conception of a thing as it is in itself, not as it is known through perception.
A reference to an object of human inquiry, understanding or cognition.

The term is generally used in contrast with, or in relation to, "phenomenon", which refers to appearances, or objects of the senses. That which is perceived but not tangible.

1. The intellectual conception of a thing as it is in itself, not as it is known through perception.
2. Something beyond the tangible world that can only be known or identified by the intellect, not by the senses.

Inter-related cross references, directly or indirectly, involving the "mind, mental" word units: anima-; anxi-; deliri-; hallucina-; menti-; moro-; noo-; phreno-; psych-; thymo-2.