The noema (plural: noemata) is the mental equivalent of a schema. In the tradition of phenomenology, the mind breaks down external experience into what we know as external reality. The word schema comes from the Greek word σχήμα (skhēma) that means shape or more generally plan. ... Look up Phenomenology in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. ...
The cognitive structure which lets us do this is the noema. It is the noema which "tells" our minds to see objects, think rationally, and so forth. Look up Cognition in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. ...
The objects of that noema are the noemata. Whenever we direct our awareness toward something, it is in terms of the noemata that we perceive it. The noemata are phenomena understood.
Noema is a greek word and is equivalent to meaning. Therefore it is the representation of an experience of a meaning based system through it's own self-referential process. Could be considered as the projection of one's experience onto oneself. In phenomenology, noesis is an act of consciousness. ... Look up Phenomenology in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. ...
To call the former the noema and the latter noesis is to get us away from the distinction between subject and object that is still enmeshed, for Husserl, in the old difference between the physical and psychological sphere of nature.
The noema is not to be confused with the object.
• Årets nettkunststed 2001 [noema noemata] - Noemata fikk prisen for årets kunstnettsted 2001 i kategorien nettkunst hos Kunstnett Norge.
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