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  • 1Being and Nothingness — Being and Nothingness: An Essay on Phenomenological Ontology (French: L Être et le néant : Essai d ontologie phénoménologique ), sometimes subtitled A Phenomenological Essay on Ontology, is a 1943 philosophical treatise by Jean Paul Sartre that… …

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  • 2Conscious business — is a term used to describe a business enterprise that seeks to be aware of the effects of its actions, and to consciously affect human beings and the environment in a beneficial way. Conscious Business also refers to a movement towards “Value’s… …

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  • 3Conscious Robots —   Conscious Robots by Paul Kwatz Caption: Facing Up to the Reality of Being Hum …

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  • 4conscious - consciousness - conscience - conscientious — ◊ conscious Conscious is an adjective. If you are conscious of something, you are aware of it. She became conscious of Rudolph looking at her. I was conscious that he had changed his tactics. If you are …

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  • 5Conscious parenting — means being thoughtful and aware of how our thoughts, words, and actions influence our children. It involves having a vision for our children as confident, passionate, curious, empathetic, intelligent, and capable individuals and then providing… …

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  • 6conscious — [kän′shəs] adj. [L conscius, knowing, aware < conscire: see CONSCIENCE] 1. having a feeling or knowledge (of one s own sensations, feelings, etc. or of external things); knowing or feeling ( that something is or was happening or existing);… …

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  • 7Being in itself — is the self contained and fully realized Being of objects. It is a term used in early 20th century continental philosophy, especially in the works of Martin Heidegger, Jean Paul Sartre, Simone de Beauvoir, and the existentialists.Being in itself… …

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  • 8being — [n1] existence actuality, animation, journey, life, living, presence, reality, subsistence, vitality, world; concept 407 Ant. deadness being [n2] essential nature character, entity, essence, essentia, essentiality, individuality, marrow,… …

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  • 9conscious — con•scious [[t]ˈkɒn ʃəs[/t]] adj. 1) aware of one s own existence, sensations, thoughts, surroundings, etc 2) fully aware of something: not conscious of the passage of time[/ex] 3) having the mental faculties fully active: to be conscious during… …

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  • 10conscious — 1. Aware; having present knowledge or perception of oneself, one s acts and surroundings. 2. Denoting something occurring with the perceptive attention of the individual, as a c. act or idea, distinguished from automatic or instinctive. [L.… …

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  • 11conscious — I. adjective Etymology: Latin conscius, from com + scire to know Date: 1592 1. perceiving, apprehending, or noticing with a degree of controlled thought or observation < conscious of having succeeded > < was conscious that someone was watching >&#8230; …

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  • 12conscious — 01. I wasn t even [conscious] that I had drunk too much until I started to feel sick. 02. Jeannette is very [conscious] of her weight, so she is careful about everything she eats. 03. My wife and I have been making a [conscious] effort to spend&#8230; …

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  • 13being — be|ing1 [ˈbi:ıŋ] v [linking verb] 1.) the present participle of ↑be 2.) used to give the reason for something ▪ Being a quiet sort of person, I didn t want to get involved. ▪ You can t expect them to sit still for that long, children being what&#8230; …

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  • 14being — /bee ing/, n. 1. the fact of existing; existence (as opposed to nonexistence). 2. conscious, mortal existence; life: Our being is as an instantaneous flash of light in the midst of eternal night. 3. substance or nature: of such a being as to&#8230; …

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  • 15being — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. life, existence; person, creature. See substance, humanity. II (Roget s IV) n. 1. [Existence] Syn. presence, actuality, animation; see life 1 , reality 1 . 2. [The essential part] Syn. nature,&#8230; …

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  • 16being — /ˈbiɪŋ / (say beeing) noun 1. existence, as opposed to non existence. 2. conscious existence; life: the aim of our being. 3. mortal existence; lifetime. 4. substance or nature: of such a being as to arouse fear. 5. something that exists: beings&#8230; …

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  • 17being — n. 1. Existence, subsistence, reality, actuality. 2. Essence, essential being, inmost nature, substance, inner reality, life, vital principle, root, core, heart, centre of life. 3. Sentient, conscious, or personal agent, living thing, creature,&#8230; …

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  • 18being — be•ing [[t]ˈbi ɪŋ[/t]] n. 1) the fact of existing; existence 2) conscious, mortal existence; life 3) essential substance or nature: the very core of my being[/ex] 4) something that exists: inanimate beings[/ex] 5) a living thing 6) a human being; …

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  • 19being — I. noun Date: 14th century 1. a. the quality or state of having existence b. (1) something conceivable as existing (2) something that actually exists (3) the totality of existing things c. conscious existence ; life 2 …

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  • 20self-conscious — adjective 1》 nervous or awkward because unduly aware of oneself or one s actions. 2》 (especially of an action) deliberate and with full awareness. 3》 Philosophy & Psychology having knowledge of one s own existence, especially the knowledge of&#8230; …

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