Pace-Schott, and Robert Stickgold Many philosophers have argued that consciousness is a unitary concept that is understood intuitively by the majority of people in spite of the difficulty in defining it. The patient was conscious.
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known to oneself; felt: conscious guilt. aware of what one is doing: a conscious liar. aware of oneself; self-conscious. deliberate; intentional: a conscious insult; a conscious effort. acutely aware of or concerned about: money-conscious; a diet-conscious society. Obsolete. inwardly sensible of wrongdoing. conscious that my heart was pounding sensible implies direct or intuitive perceiving especially of intangibles or of emotional states or qualities. sensible of a teacher's influence alive adds to sensible the implication of acute sensitivity to something. Consciousness" (French: conscience) is also defined in the volume of Diderot and d'Alembert's Encyclopédie, as "the opinion or internal feeling that we ourselves have from what we do." The earliest English language uses of "conscious" and "consciousness" date back, however, to the s.