Definition of Cognitive content
1. Noun. The sum or range of what has been perceived, discovered, or learned.
Generic synonyms: Cognition, Knowledge, Noesis
Specialized synonyms: Tradition, Object, Food, Food For Thought, Intellectual Nourishment, Noumenon, Thing-in-itself, Universe, Universe Of Discourse, Issue, Matter, Subject, Topic, Issue, Idea, Thought, Center, Centre, Core, Essence, Gist, Heart, Heart And Soul, Inwardness, Kernel, Marrow, Meat, Nitty-gritty, Nub, Pith, Substance, Sum, Wisdom, Internal Representation, Mental Representation, Representation, Belief, Disbelief, Unbelief, Heresy, Unorthodoxy, End, Goal, Education, Experience, Acculturation, Culture, Lore, Traditional Knowledge, Ignorance, Domain, Knowledge Base, Knowledge Domain, Metaknowledge
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Literary usage of Cognitive content
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1. A System of Psychology by Knight Dunlap (1912)
"into an undifferentiated mass that they are a " color" or "background" for the cognitive content; when discriminated they are cognitive content themselves, ..."
2. Analytic Interest Psychology and Synthetic Philosophy by John Summerfield Engle (1904)
"It is not necessary to discuss this fact, which seems almost self-evident, that Interest determines the cognitive content. But Cognition is that which ..."
3. Thought and Things: A Study of the Development and Meaning of Thought, Or by James Mark Baldwin (1911)
"So the question arises as to how this is possible : how the common character of a cognitive content can pass over to the affective intent—that is, ..."
4. English and American Philosophy Since 1800: A Critical Survey by Arthur Kenyon Rogers (1922)
"... and that any possible analysis in terms of timeless cognitive content must be supplemented, if we are ever to come into contact with the real world of ..."
5. The American Journal of Psychology by Granville Stanley Hall, Edward Bradford Titchener (1893)
"... argument may be interpreted as a reflection of thwarted habitudes of intellection whose cognitive content belongs to the penumbra of consciousness. ..."
6. Eternal Possibilities: A Neutral Ground for Meaning and Existence by David Weissman (1977)
"An alleged statement of the reality of the framework of entities is a pseudo- "Ibid. statement without cognitive content.13 Questions about the words and ..."
7. Psychology by Burtis Burr Breese (1917)
"... different from, but co-ordinate with, cognitive content. It is a new form of consciousness which, while dependent upon cognition, nevertheless plays its ..."