See also: Noema

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From Ancient Greek νόημα (nóēma, concept”, “idea”, “perception”, “thought).[1]

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noema (plural noemata)[1]

  1. (philosophy) The perceived as perceived
    • 2003, Donn Welton, The New Husserl:
      "How is it that the noema can be both a sense and the intended objectivity itself? Husserl distinguishes three moments in the noema: the thetic characteristic (noematic correlate of the act-quality), the 'noematic' sense (the assimilation of the act-matter into the newly conceived intentional content), and the determined X (the "innermost moment" of the noema).
  2. (philosophy) That which is perceived in the noesis/noema duality
  3. (rhetoric) An obscure and subtle speech.

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  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 noema, n.” listed in the Oxford English Dictionary [Draft revision; Dec. 2003]

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