The state of being aware of and responsive to one’s surroundings
she failed to regain consciousness
The supposed intuitive awareness of a common heritage shared by members of a race or culture; (emotional) awareness of one's own race as a distinct ethnic group.
Undue awareness of oneself, one’s appearance, or one’s actions
Awareness of colour; especially the feeling that differences in skin colour, or the colour of one's own skin, have a special importance or meaning.
A person engaged in, or thing involved in, consciousness-raising.
The totality of the beliefs, thoughts, and feelings defining the identity of a group of people.
Awareness of and concern for the problems and injustices that affect society; an instance of this.
Conscious awareness of the process of thinking.
Awareness of one’s identity as a black person
Awareness of one’s place in a system of social class, especially (in Marxist terms) as it relates to the class struggle
The activity of seeking to make people more aware of personal, social, or political issues
(Especially in Marxist theory) a way of thinking that prevents a person from perceiving the true nature of their social or economic situation
A person’s thoughts and conscious reactions to events, perceived as a continuous flow. The term was introduced by William James in his Principles of Psychology (1890)
See Hare Krishna.