noema

noun no·e·ma \ nōˈēmə \

Definition of noema

plural noemata \-mətə\
in Husserlian philos
: the objective aspect of or the content within an intentional experience distinguished from noesis

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Origin and Etymology of noema

New Latin, from Greek noēma perception, thought understanding, mind, from noein to perceive, think


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