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Friday, March 21, 2014

Definitions for noetic

  1. of or pertaining to the mind.
  2. originating in or apprehended by the reason.

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Citations for noetic
"William," croaked Peggy, "this is dumb! It's the gaudiest thing since the carnival came to town. It's silly. And unnecessarily noetic, and" — she hiccoughed; I gave her a hefty whack on her back — "wonderful!" Charles R. Johnson, Oxherding Tale, 1982
Tory and I were "Noeties" — noetic counselors and counseling supervisors with the Institute of Noetic Technology. John Dalmas, The Reality Matrix, 1986
Origin of noetic
1645-1655
From the Greek noētikós meaning "intelligent," noetic has been used by English speakers since the mid-1600s.