There's a consciousness of the wider Arab world in Khoury and his work, but he's not a pan-Arabist per se.
Bookshelves are filled with endless—mostly nameless—heroes but very few that become part of the American consciousness.
And while the creator may pass away, the hero lives on in the consciousness of fans and readers.
Because of the settlers' presence, Hebron holds a special place in the consciousness of Israel's Jewish majority.
And that reporting machine is what keeps Afghanistan alive in the American consciousness.
The consciousness of recent misconduct filled her with extreme dread.
The allusion and a consciousness of Vancouver brought a smile into Viviette's eyes.
Riley's eyes had opened in a sudden movement of consciousness.
Yet the consciousness of my situation does not always make me sad.
Slowly the involved sentences burned their way into his consciousness.
consciousness con·scious·ness (kŏn'shəs-nĭs)
The state or condition of being conscious.
A sense of one's personal or collective identity, especially the complex of attitudes, beliefs, and sensitivities held by or considered characteristic of an individual or a group.
In psychoanalysis, the conscious.