virus: Re: conscious and subconcious

Ken Pantheists (
Tue, 10 Dec 1996 04:46:19 +0000

eva and John:

I had to chuckle...

Eva-- you keep talking about the subconscious and John keeps talking
about the UNconscious.

> ... this
> leads me to think we're just working with a different level
> of consciousness, but not at the level of UNconsciousness,
> which is, by definition, outside of consciousness.

> Not necessarily--it is possible to see evidence of what's going
> on in the subconscious without being directly aware of those
> thoughts.

I always regarded Unconcious to mean, you know, like knocked out.

Anestetized. (which, by the way means without life. The greek word for
life being esthetic)

Subconscious means what is "under" conciously driven behaviour.

We use Unconscious omn this list to describe the behaviour of those that
are unaware of the behaviour's purpose. So we've reached a point of
symantic slippage......

Get yer skis!!!!!

  Ken Pantheists