overconscious

overconscious

(ˌəʊvəˈkɒnʃəs)
adj
excessively conscious
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"You must not my dear Sam be surprised if I am overconscious respecting you," Moses wrote on March 9, 1808.
How can a poem put so much pressure without the reader feeling pressured, without, for example, overconscious dictions, paraphrases, and cryptic veilings?
Through an interpreter, Matsuzaka said that he was too worried about Thomas' at-bat, and being "overconscious" of the potential damage that Thomas could do put him in a tight spot.
I think one key is to keep kids knowledgeable but not obsessed with money--to give them tools to manage their money but not be overconscious about it.
There are three states or manifestations - sub-conscious mind, conscious mind, overconscious mind" (49).
Taken together, these disturbing portraits figure forth Maus's strange relationship to the ashes of the real--simultaneously haunted by the inadequacy of representation in the face of the catastrophe of history and overconscious of the all-too-real materiality that representations take on through the intervention of the culture industry.