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  • n. The systematic study and organization of everything dealing with knowing and knowledge.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. The science of intellectual phenomena.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The science of the understanding.


From Ancient Greek νοῦς (nous, "mind") +‎ -logy. (Wiktionary)


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  • Wiki:

    Noology derives from the Greek words "noos" or "nous" and "logos". Noo-logy thus outlines a systematic study and (attempt at) organization of everything dealing with knowing and knowledge, i.e.: cognitive neuroscience. It is also used to describe the science of intellectual phenomena. It is the study of images of thought, their emergence, their genealogy, and their creation.

    April 14, 2008