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  • n. Plural form of noetic.

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Examples

  • Palin from her bestseller perch, and one fellow author in particular is siding with Brown, who reportedly told him, "I didn't spend 7 years slaving over noetics and symbology just so some glacier-snipe could dictate to a ghost writer for three weeks and wallow in first place."

    Dan Mirvish: Sarah Palin vs. Dan Brown: Battle of Bestsellers Turns Ugly (VIDEO)

  • His significant philosophical determinations of noetics were worked out exclusively with reference to Petrizi.

    Joane Petrizi

  • "zone_info": "huffpost. living/blog; living = 1; nickname = alison-rose-levy; entry_id = 397356; christmas = 1; christmas-shopping = 1; healing = 1; health = 1; institute-of-noetic-sciences = 1; noetics = 1",

    Alison Rose Levy: Healthy Christmas Shopping List

  • HPConfig. blog_id = 3; var ads_page_type = 'bpage'; var zone_info = "huffpost. living/blog; living = 1; nickname = alison-rose-levy; entry_id = 397356; christmas = 1; christmas-shopping = 1; healing = 1; health = 1; institute-of-noetic-sciences = 1; noetics = 1"; if (top!

    Alison Rose Levy: Healthy Christmas Shopping List

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