consciousness 2 (kon – she’us – nes, noun)
- Biological automaton thought that is instinctive.
- Instinctual conditional automaton thought(s), depending on specific species.
- Conscious (able to automatically instinctively thought-out, without sentience).
- Material automaton, cerebral neural, thought process, and patterns—that are utterly not a distinct capacity of the immaterial mind (sentience/awareness).
- A misnomer when consciousness 1 is adapted and applied as one in the same with the-Mind (sentient).
- Thought as an instinct: Thought as somatic.
- Alertness, but no awareness: Awake, but not aware.
- Recognition, but no realization: Training, but no learning.
- Observant, but no insight: Territorial, but no jurisdiction.
- Memory, but no experiences: Knowledge, but no acknowledgment.
non-con-sci-ous, adjective (automaton instincts that are operative without an automatic material cerebral thought process; e.g., the multicellular small genus fresh water animal, the Hydra, has nerve cells without a well defined cerebral neural brain: And any unicellular organism; e.g., the Diatom(s), a major group of algae).
un-con-sci-ous, adjective (when the cerebral neural brain is in a slumber state from the automatic instinctive thought process – sleep).
half con-sci-ous, adjective; half con-sci-ous-ly, adverb; half con-sci-ous-ness, noun (when the cerebral neural brain is in a trance state during slumber, with the automatic instinctive “para-thought” process – dream).
Tetraspace, Servacycle 24, 11 R.L. E.C. (Solar North): ENG consciousness 2.
Gregorian: August 16, 2017.
Word Origin & File:
11 R.L. E.C., acknowledged and produced of Modern ENG, consciousness 2; from con (L. prefix con-, meaning with, or together) + scious (L. suffix -scius, meaning having knowledge; but in this case, having automaton, instinctive, and “conditional” knowledgeable thoughts) + ness (O.E. suffix -ness, meaning state, or quality of) = consciousness (i.e., a state of being with thought and knowledge qualities). The modern coagulum social state of “collective consciousness,” understands and make applications when combining the concept of consciousness as one in the same with the-Mind—or with sentient—or with awareness. The matter of the fact is, consciousness (which is, thought process and patterns) functions without awareness (which is, the-Mind—sentient): Such as all animal species, that are capable of thought process and patterns, as well as memory, but possesses no awareness—they are the species with mindless brains—and solely the human species are the one in possession of mindful brains. The-Mind is immaterial; therefore, unable to possess any formation, patterns, or materials: Thoughts, however, is a material process of the cerebral organ, that gradually develops patterns as impacts and stimulants are encountered with; and therefore, not a distinct capacity of the-Mind. Consciousness is then purely and solely somatic—and the-Mind is solely psychosomatic, when the automatic instinctual thought process and patterns are maneuvered, and manipulated by the distinct will of the-Mind. Therefore, consciousness solely process instincts that are stimulated: and the-Mind solely actuates “distincts” that are experienced. The plural sense of distinct (e.g., distincts) is used to differentiate the contrasts between the instincts (such as, fear, memory, observance, affection, etc.) and the distincts (such as, sentience, will, intent, experience, etc). And since the-Mind is solely immaterial, sentience (awareness) is then not a product of the material theory of evolution.
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[Aspaty: Tetraspace, Servacycle 24, 11 R.L. E.C. (Solar North)]