noun, plural nou·me·na [noo-muh-nuh]. /ˈnu mə nə/.
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Origin of noumenon
Example sentences from the Web for noumenon
There is the world of appearance (phenomena), and there is the world of reality or substance (noumena).Theism or Atheism|Chapman Cohen
The various awe-compelling phenomena soon ceased to have any connection with the anthropomorphic noumena they had begotten.The Soul of the Far East|Percival Lowell
All are agreed that to know things per se—noumena—we must know them through some other channel then experience.Ancient and Modern Celebrated Freethinkers|Charles Bradlaugh, A. Collins, and J. Watts
But it is a doctrine of our author that these laws are true, and cannot but be known to be true, of Noumena likewise.
But Mr. Mill, as we have seen before, is not much at home when he gets among “noumena.”