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  • Its waters blend, and our individual consciousness ” or, as he prefers to call it sometimes, our "sciousness" ” is "steeped and dyed" in the waters of sciousness or thought that surround it.

    William James

  • 1 Man is one level of intelli - not really exist, b u t are only a gence occupying space within vis - series of dots mirroring his con - ual scenarios created by higher or - sciousness which is beyond begin - ders of evolution.

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  • Human con-sciousness itself may be an epiphenomenon of extraordinary processing power.

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  • She had no idea how long it had been going on before it finally intruded on her con-sciousness, but when it did, she laid her needlework aside and got up to see.

    Wizard and Glass

  • Keeping that thought firmly entrenched in sciousness, she smiled up at him.

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  • More often than not they remained mere thoughts, passing through con - sciousness like clouds momentarily obscuring the sunlight But the sun returned; it always did.

    Second Skin

  • As the goblin regained con - sciousness, hissing and cursing, the elf rolled him over onto his belly, dragged him forward, and lifted his head so that his right eye was directly over the dagger's point.

    The Gates of Thorbardin

  • Your con - sciousness is largely random-access memory, evoked from a file that does not exist in this host: your living body in Phaze.

    Robot Adept

  • Still the rumble increased until blackness overcame them and they lost con - sciousness.

    Elric At The End of Time

  • His tensions slipped away and his con - sciousness followed.

    Juxtaposition

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