What is Subconscious, Subconscious?

What is Subconscious, Subconscious?

July 1, 2021 Off By Felso

(Tr. Ruhbilim) The synonym of the term subconsciousness… The phrase subconscious or subconscious, which expresses the spiritual processes that have an effect on the conscious processes even though they are not actually conscious processes, has different meanings in terms of dialectical philosophy and idealist philosophies, and is explained with various definitions in various domestic and foreign dictionaries.

Idealist philosophies considered it an unconscious region where incomplete perceptions that could not cross the threshold of consciousness accumulate. So much so that the unconscious traces left by these incomplete perceptions, which the German philosopher Leibniz called blurred perception (Os. Perception obscure), gathered in this region and affected consciousness from time to time. This area was a mysterious area and full of unknown traces.

After a while, the Austrian physician Freud would try to unravel the secrets of this region. This region, which some lexicographers call weakly conscious (Os. Weakly consciousness, Fr. Faiblement conscient), is, according to Freudians, a region where memories and wishes that have been forgotten or thrown out of consciousness by ethical pressures are hidden. Those in this region struggle to rise to consciousness and make people sick. Some lexicographers define it vaguely as the consciousness we acquire. Some lexicographers consider it synonymous with the phrase “Os. Mâdûnüşuûr, Fr. Subliminal” (For example, see Cuvillier, Nouveau Vocabulaire Philosophique, Paris 1967, p. 178).

On the other hand, the German philosopher Schopenhauer defines it as the unknowable basis of consciousness, in other words, according to the thinker, these unknowables govern consciousness. However, there is nothing that cannot be known about the subconscious or subconscious. When we perceive any phenomenon, we perceive some side-facts along with and in relation to it, but we neither dwell on them nor express them. Since these side facts are related to the main fact, they sometimes become a factor in our activities on the main fact. Or there are things that we know beforehand, but do not think about at this moment, that affect our basic thinking at the moment because they are related to it. This is the whole mystery of the subconscious or subconscious mind.

Idealist philosophies considered it an unconscious region where incomplete perceptions that could not cross the threshold of consciousness accumulate. So much so that the unconscious traces left by these incomplete perceptions, which the German philosopher Leibniz called blurred perception (Os. Perception obscure), gathered in this region and affected consciousness from time to time. This area was a mysterious area and full of unknown traces.

After a while, the Austrian physician Freud would try to unravel the secrets of this region. This region, which some lexicographers call weakly conscious (Os. Weakly consciousness, Fr. Faiblement conscient), is, according to Freudians, a region where memories and wishes that have been forgotten or thrown out of consciousness by ethical pressures are hidden. Those in this region struggle to rise to consciousness and make people sick. Some lexicographers define it vaguely as the consciousness we acquire. Some lexicographers consider it synonymous with the phrase “Os. Mâdûnüşuûr, Fr. Subliminal” (For example, see Cuvillier, Nouveau Vocabulaire Philosophique, Paris 1967, p. 178).

On the other hand, the German philosopher Schopenhauer defines it as the unknowable basis of consciousness, in other words, according to the thinker, these unknowables govern consciousness. However, there is nothing that cannot be known about the subconscious or subconscious. When we perceive any phenomenon, we perceive some side-facts along with and in relation to it, but we neither dwell on them nor express them. Since these side facts are related to the main fact, they sometimes become a factor in our activities on the main fact. Or there are things that we know beforehand, but do not think about at this moment, that affect our basic thinking at the moment because they are related to it. This is the whole mystery of the subconscious or subconscious mind.

WHAT IS ALCONNECT?

(Os. Tahteşşuur, Matahteşşuur, Nimemşuur, Unproven bih, Subconsciousness, Fr. Subconscient, Al. Unterbewusst. İng. Subconscios, It. Subcosciente, Subcoscio)

Unconscious mental processes that affect conscious processes… They are mostly expressed in our language with the term subconscious.

In some words (For example, see Lalande, Vacabulaire de la Philosophie, Paris, 1926, c. II, p. 805) it is defined as weak consciousness (Os. Weak consciousness, Fr. Faiblement conscient) and unconscious (Os. Informal consciousness, Fr. Inconscient) is considered synonymous with the phrase.