noetic

[noh-et-ik]

Origin of noetic

1645–55; < Greek noētikós intelligent, equivalent to nóē(sis) noesis + -tikos -tic
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Examples from the Web for noetic

Contemporary Examples of noetic

  • Much is made of Noetic Science and the important experiments with the Random Number Generators.

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    Debunking Dan Brown

    Michael Baigent

    September 20, 2009

Historical Examples of noetic

  • The school was called from its liberalism the Noetic school.

  • It is a sort of mental equivalent for them, their epistemological function, their value in noetic terms.

  • Empiricism on the other hand is satisfied with the type of noetic unity that is humanly familiar.

    Pragmatism

    William James


British Dictionary definitions for noetic

noetic

adjective
  1. of or relating to the mind, esp to its rational and intellectual faculties

Word Origin for noetic

C17: from Greek noētikos, from noein to think, from nous the mind
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Word Origin and History for noetic
adj.

"pertaining to the intellect," 1650s, from Greek noetikos "intelligent," from noesis (see noesis).

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