Definition of noetic in English:

noetic

Syllabification: no·et·ic
Pronunciation: /nōˈetik
 
/

adjective

Of or relating to mental activity or the intellect.
More example sentences
  • These mental images have no privileged status, such as Plato gave to his noetic Ideas or Forms; they are always true, but in this do not differ from the information provided by the senses.
  • Generally, the line taken is that although there are certain limitations to scientific knowledge, these are noetic rather than ontic.
  • Vernadsky spoke about the role of the individual, and the individual's contribution to society, the cognitive contribution, the noetic contribution.

Origin

mid 17th century: from Greek noētikos, from noētos 'intellectual', from noein 'perceive'.

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