anoetic


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Related to anoetic: half-conscious

anoetic

(ænəʊˈiːtɪk)
adj
relating to anoesis
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Panksepp (2009) "The flow of anoetic to noetic and autonoetic consciousness: a vision of unknowing (anoetic) and knowing (noetic) consciousness in the remembrance of things past and imagined futures".
Theory, whether of the literary or the critical kind, must address itself to nearly all aspects of reading, listening, and seeing, even the undertow of anoetic feeling; as well as to the act of writing, telling, showing; indeed to all aspects of the literary tradition(s) embedded in the cultural ecology that such texts embody--to the extent of comprehending even the most abstract metaphysics of language signalling itself to be there outside books.
William James speaks of an "'anoetic,' that is, not-knowing consciousness," and a more recent authority, A.