How To Use Unconscious In A Sentence

  • The recoil from the shot blew James onto his back, unconscious once again.
  • We all have implicit or unconscious biases that impact our behavior. Christianity Today
  • Some people think that it is difficult to prove the existence of the unconscious mind.
  • I unconsciously manipulate situations to my advantage
  • In a seemingly unprovoked incident, the attackers hit both men and women in the 16-strong party, with a 72-year-old woman left unconscious.
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  • If they fail to reproduce their kind, they have failed in their purpose; they are unconsciously ruled by the philoprogenitive passion; it is their raison d'etre, for it they are fed, clothed, trained, bred. Captivity
  • Though unconscious of them, such memories are claimed to be significant causal factors in shaping conscious thought and behavior.
  • Data from human studies indicate that decompression at 1,000 feet/minute results in excitement and euphoria, followed by sensory dullness, weakness, and unconsciousness.
  • Nicola is unconscious, hidden in a ditch by the road. The Sun
  • I slipped under the light sheets with her and joined her in complete unconsciousness.
  • When making a decision of minor importance, I have always found it advantageous to consider all the pros and cons. In vital matters, however, such as the choice of a mate or a profession, the decision should come from the unconscious, from somewhere within ourselves. In the important decisions of personal life, we should be governed, I think, by the deep inner needs of our nature. Sigmund Freud 
  • A man had collapsed in Victoria Place in the town and was unconscious.
  • When properly applied, the choke hold causes unconsciousness in 10-20 seconds.
  • Cliche is symptomatic of an entropic democracy where meaningless statements are repeated unconsciously by the masses.
  • And this means that the theories of universally acting psychical repression, of the unconscious, of the endopsychic censor, of the significance of resistance and amnesia, of the employment of highly complicated and phantastic symbolism, of the manifestations of sexuality and so forth have been made use of in a high-handed, uncalled for, unnecessary and unscientific manner to prove the truth of the thesis with which the author set out upon his journey. The Journal of Abnormal Psychology
  • Believe me it's far more difficult to know what to say to an unconscious loved one than the movies make out.
  • In the midst of a sermon, he suffered an apoplectic attack and remained unconscious for the rest of his life.
  • He used his key to get in here and when he saw you feverous and unconscious, he refused to leave.
  • You'd have to surrender your phones at the door or be punched unconscious by an air marshal. Times, Sunday Times
  • Severe vomiting, diarrhoea, rectal tenesmus: unable to keep standing, she urinates under herself; the pupils are dilated, the eyes haggard; complete mind-blindness, near-total failure of reflexes, deep unconsciousness, breathing dyspneic, heart-beat faint and very fast, pulse barely perceptible; dead in thirty-six hours. Charles Richet - Nobel Lecture
  • People who are emotionally needy or manipulate others to get their own way by making them feeling guilty are unconscious vampires.
  • The victim then approaches the youth and throws a fierce right-hand jab, punching him on the chin and knocking him unconscious. Times, Sunday Times
  • Her features were fine; her soulful green eyes sparkled with excitement, and her rosebud mouth was turned up in an unconscious smile.
  • The dictionary as a mode of literature is the antithesis of automatic writing, that disembodied burbling of the unconscious.
  • Andrew smiled unconsciously and reached out the back of his hand to stroke away stray hairs.
  • He was knocked unconscious by the impact.
  • He tested its balance almost unconsciously: lean too far to either side, and it slowed to acrawl. Achille's Choice
  • Your unconscious mind will come up with new ways of looking at things and answers to your problems. Times, Sunday Times
  • The unconscious mind of man sees correctly even when conscious reason is blind and impotent.
  • Her head hit the pavement with a muffled bash, and she was knocked unconscious.
  • The dying man's eyes glazed over as he sank deeper into unconsciousness.
  • It's a way of (consciously or unconsciously) weaseling out of actually taking responsibility for your actions.
  • He advocates the instinct, the imagination, the unconsciousness, by means of the intelligence which he esteems so far beneath them ....
  • Vomiting while unconscious can lead to death by asphyxiation.
  • All the time Stephen was lying face down and unconscious in the bath tub.
  • Aboriginal society had mechanisms, even though unformulated and largely unconscious to its practitioners, of dealing with religious flexibility.
  • Greek name perpetuated by the people and referring to this covering of hoary pines -- a name which the cartographers, arbitrary and ignorant as they often are, have unconsciously disguised. Old Calabria
  • I am familiar with the mix of Bromley lads and lasses out for a good time, having a drink or two, a boogie on the dancefloor and perhaps a sneaky snog before the semi-unconscious journey home.
  • When, after a long wait, and little suspecting what was going to be said to me, I was received in audience, it appeared that I had been summoned to receive a polite but decided admonition against wounding the susceptibilities of my listeners by expressions which were not “good form,” and when I, unconscious of wrongdoing, asked which expression she alluded to, the unfortunate word “beslobber” was alleged; my young hearers were not Recollections Of My Childhood And Youth
  • Close by the stir of the great city, with all its fret and chafe and storm of life, in the desolate garden of that sombre house, and under the withering eyes of relentless Crime, revived the Arcady of old, -- the scene vocal to the reeds of idyllist and shepherd; and in the midst of the iron Tragedy, harmlessly and unconsciously arose the strain of the Pastoral Music. Lucretia — Complete
  • Blue-eyed men may have unconsciously learned to value a physical trait that can facilitate recognition of own kin," the scientists said in the journal Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology.
  • The inheritance spent, the painters indulge in reverie, romanticizing the past, retreating into what Jung would call the collective unconscious. Haiti: an act of Devil « Anglican Samizdat
  • They know the horse best and can identify crucial discrepancies, but may also unconsciously inhibit the vet's objectivity. Times, Sunday Times
  • His expression agitated me so that I unconsciously rose to my feet and warned him off with my fan; but he seemed rooted to the spot. The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 05, No. 31, May, 1860
  • Our equipe, our "team," - the French is beginning to emerge from deep layers of my unconscious -- includes six of us: Lee-Ann juggling logistics as before, with Cassidy, my assistant back home, here to help her and me; Amy, the social worker who is our clinical director, will come tomorrow. James S. Gordon: At School: A Place to Help Haitian Children
  • For example, sometimes we find ourselves acting in uncharacteristic ways, many times unconsciously, just to support an external perception of who we are amongst others that is no longer true to our being. Smart Mobs » Blog Archive » State of the Art of Reputation
  • I could not recall the guileless simplicity of childhood, its sweet unconsciousness and contentment, in the present joy. Ernest Linwood or, The Inner Life of the Author
  • Unconsciousness happens in this state, as well as light sleep states, where dreams and hallucinations occur.
  • She elbowed the back of Bashir's head, smacking his face against the ground and leaving him unconscious, and that was that.
  • If the speech he is making is one that he is accustomed to make over and over again, he may be almost unconscious of what he is saying, as one is when one utters the responses in church.
  • As soon as the practice of students practising examination technique on unconscious and unconsenting patients becomes widely known, what remaining trust the public has in the medical profession will be further undermined.
  • So I guess it is time to go and rest my head on the pillow, and let unconsciousness drown those thoughts.
  • The girl drew from her pocket a little green-leather sheath, worn at the edges to whity-brown, and out of that a pair of spectacles, unconsciously looking round the room for a moment as she did so, as if to ensure that no stranger saw her in the act of using them. The Hand of Ethelberta
  • Haskell, who has been sleeping in the front passenger's seat, cannot be roused and seems to be dead or at least unconscious.
  • From the edge of the small waves Somers heard one man talking to another, and the English tones — unconsciously he expected a foreign language — and particularly the peculiar educated – artisan quality, almost a kind of uppishness that there is in the speech of Australian working men, struck him as incongruous with their picking up the coal – cobs from the shore. Kangaroo
  • His father was bound, gagged and unconscious in a chair, next to the bed.
  • An audible crack was heard as the man's nose was broken and he fell to the floor, unconscious.
  • Mr. George Constable, filled in perhaps unconsciously from the author's own life; for he, no less than his friend, delighted in collecting relics, and in studying out the lines, prætoria, and general castrametation of the English Literature, Considered as an Interpreter of English History Designed as a Manual of Instruction
  • I didn't move further, remaining as lifeless as if I was unconscious.
  • Nicorette lost considerable time when the bowman hit his head and was knocked unconscious while working on the boat's mast.
  • I have said, that she also was a promising pupil of the good father, upon whom her innocent and infantine beauty had an effect of which he was himself, perhaps, unconscious. The Monastery
  • The most normal and the most perfect human being is the one who most thoroughly addresses himself to the activity of his best powers,gives himself most thoroughly to the world around him,flings himself out into the midst of humanity,and is so preoccu pied by his own beneficent reaction on the world that he is practically unconscious of a sep arate existence... 
  • The realisation that I had unconsciously begun to mistrust people on the basis of their skin colour sickened me.
  • Presumably in artistic work, as opposed to lawyering or doctoring, there is a larger element of the unconscious or intuitive.
  • Neurasthenia, stammering, aversions, kleptomania, certain cases of paralysis, are nothing but the result of unconscious autosuggestion, that is to say the result of the action of the _unconscious_ upon the physical and moral being. Maîtrise de soi-même par l'autosuggestion consciente. English
  • Lamely suave, spouting banalities about pop music and unconscious of his savage condescension toward women, he's a rancid summation of the Playboy ethic.
  • He advocates the instinct, the imagination, the unconsciousness, by means of the intelligence which he esteems so far beneath them ....
  • When people practise a task such as mental arithmetic it becomes automatic and unconscious, freeing up space in the working memory for more complex calculations. Times, Sunday Times
  • It is both intentional and conscious and unintentional and unconscious.
  • Some spontaneous abortions, apparently, ‘can be seen as a woman's reproductive organs unconsciously deciding not to go ahead with this pregnancy’.
  • The third version, unlike the more idealistic first and second vesions, intoroduces terms such as the unconscious, inhibition, and crisis, contains a crucial section on mesmerism, and is structured around the trauma of onto - and phylogenesis. Article Abstracts
  • Every student of physiology is familiar with what is termed automatic action, with the tendency of cells to repeat vibrations originally set up by purposive action; thus are formed what we term habits, and we unconsciously repeat motions which at first were done with thought. Death—and After?
  • If the plot of a novel requires that the villain render Nancy Drew unconscious, this may occur only by means of a blow to her head from behind; no chloroform, no needles. Letters to the Editor
  • You also have unconscious intents which may never be known, but are set in motion nonetheless.
  • The rattle of its hooves was the last thing Hoss heard as he sank into unconsciousness.
  • On each occasion she was unconscious for a few seconds before regaining consciousness.
  • Under the influence of the idea: "The haemorrhage is to stop", the unconscious had sent to the small arteries and veins the order to stop the flow of blood, and, obediently, they contracted _naturally_, as they would have done artificially at the contact of a haemostatic like adrenalin, for example. Maîtrise de soi-même par l'autosuggestion consciente. English
  • School leaders also have a responsibility to tackle unconscious bias where it creeps in. Times, Sunday Times
  • He barely managed to reveal the whereabouts of his ill-gotten gains before drifting into unconsciousness. AMAGANSETT
  • The unnamed man was trapped by the blaze and carried out unconscious by fire crews. The Sun
  • I even saw myself, detachedly, falling down unconscious, nerveless. SOMEWHERE EAST OF LIFE
  • The scary thing is that these guys remain so largely, maybe even wilfully, unconscious of their power and privilege, and have so much influence - for now.
  • The anniversary had remained trapped in the unconscious, never reflected on.
  • Yet the vivisector would have us believe that in all cases of his "anaesthesia" the dog is unconscious. An Ethical Problem Or, Sidelights upon Scientific Experimentation on Man and Animals
  • The melody flows or soars like the song of a bird, because it is the free expression, not of musical fantasy, as such (the unconscious play of tonal fancy), but the flow of _melody_, _song_, the soaring of spirit in some one particular direction, floating upon buoyant pinions, and in directions well conceived and sure. A Popular History of the Art of Music From the Earliest Times Until the Present
  • In examining the content of the unconscious, Freud called into question some deeply-held beliefs.
  • Cognitive scientist Guy Claxton has unearthed the unconscious throughout history.
  • He barely managed to reveal the whereabouts of his ill-gotten gains before drifting into unconsciousness. AMAGANSETT
  • The guard threw him down to the ground and Darrius fell unconscious.
  • When we opened on the former things good record,the face will unconsciously reveal the truth's smile.
  • Temperatures may be rising after the rare cold weather but scores of turtles are still being found unconscious on beaches and in lagoons. Times, Sunday Times
  • Constable Elm found Mr. Duncan at about 4: 50 AM lying unconscious in a pool of blood in his garage.
  • Unconsciously she stretched a hand upwards to touch the short, pale blonde crop.
  • When they are extricated, one of them is unconscious and has a steel rod sticking into his temple.
  • I was half tempted to pick up a nearby acorn and chuck it at his head, in a feeble attempt to render him unconscious, thereby allowing myself to return back to my sleeping bag.
  • The wound rendered Mark Irwin unconscious within seconds and caused his death within a couple of minutes.
  • They quickly covered the distance from the barricade to the sedan, weaving around police cruisers and unconsciously avoiding all officers.
  • Fish may be images of deeply unconscious processes - something nourishing arising from deep within.
  • She toddles over to her father's unconscious body and continues to cry as she plops herself down beside his head, making several weak attempts to rouse him.
  • A sinner so signally lov'd, -- and hearing my Mother, her eyes brimming with tears and her alabastrine fingers tightly locked together, murmur in unconscious repetition: Father and Son: a study of two temperaments
  • We can recognize a logic of the unconscious only through its representation in the symbolic order, through the effect of signification.
  • Jung saw the libido as flowing between the opposite poles of the conscious and the unconscious, the outer and inner life, in a continuous cycle of progression and regression.
  • The most normal and the most perfect human being is the one who most thoroughly addresses himself to the activity of his best powers,gives himself most thoroughly to the world around him,flings himself out into the midst of humanity,and is so preoccu pied by his own beneficent reaction on the world that he is practically unconscious of a sep arate existence... 
  • Freud said they were disguised wishes, mostly sexual, that had been repressed and held within the unconscious mind.
  • Meila was asleep and unconscious, oblivious to the days that had already happened.
  • Doubtless, it was by half-unconscious, automatic motions of her hands, that this heavy-hearted one performed the final office for Felipe, and planted a rude cross of withered sticks -- no green ones might be had -- at the head of that lonely grave, where rested now in lasting un-complaint and quiet haven he whom untranquil seas had overthrown. The Piazza Tales
  • You know, recapitulate in your unconscious the dynamics of your father's and my divorce? THE BLACK BOOK: DIARY OF A TEENAGE STUD VOL. II: STOP, DON'T STOP
  • She had fallen downstairs, broken a leg and knocked herself unconscious, and had been taken into hospital.
  • This weekend's Sun and Mercury march into fiery Aries, named for an ancient war god - while Pluto, said to activate the collective unconscious, retrogrades in Sagittarius, another fire sign, till the end of August.
  • He was later found unconscious and taken by ambulance back to BRI, where the fractured skull was discovered.
  • His belt buckle was digging into the soft skin of her stomach and she moved agitatedly, unconsciously provocative.
  • The disciplines of yoga were designed to destroy the unconscious impediments to enlightenment and to decondition the human personality. Buddha
  • How the trainer teaches and what she does provides the main channel for unconscious learning. Training with N.L.P.
  • Erotic images prove useful in coaxing out unconscious brain activity Six word story
  • The smoke filled the room, and in a few minutes his labored body fell unconscious.
  • Frank sneaked behind him, and pistol-whipped him, knocking him unconscious.
  • Six famous women who, albeit unconsciously, gave us a classic of school literature.
  • What better could I have done in the smoky warmth of our hearth-fire than to con, by the light of the electric bulb dangling overhead, its annals in some such voluntarily quaint and unconsciously old-fashioned volume as Irving’s Legends of the Conquest of Spain; or to read in some such (if there is any such other) imperishably actual and unfadingly brilliant record of impressions as Gautier’s Familiar Spanish Travels
  • He was left unconscious when a tear gas canister hit him. Times, Sunday Times
  • In his book Orientalism, Edward Said points out that foreign cultures are set up as being different, backward and separate by the unconscious desire to mystify and exoticise their behaviour, history and geography.
  • Normally, such patients are known to have heart disease, which is the cause for unconsciousness.
  • I guess I took a roundabout route to it unconsciously.
  • In a bloody brawl Botha hit the deck in the eighth round, but stormed back to all but render Briggs unconscious in the 10th and final session.
  • The "guests", FBC, DIRTY STRAGGLER and whomsoever is available are doing whatever the late capon bourgeoisie do at a gathering for a holidaymaker mealtime: Greeting those they haversack't met in a few monthlies, looking at or taking photographers and unconsciously "consenting to exist" as a Romanian would say. Life is Life (or Ode to a great big idiot like Zizek)
  • His accounts of object related internal objects, unconscious phantasies and mental mechanism are constellated around two categories of functioning, called positions.
  • Never perhaps until C. G. Jung do we find the concept of archetypes of the collective unconscious so clearly formulated.
  • Many people are puzzled by us, and their anxious befuddlement translates into crude stereotyping or, unconsciously perhaps, a refusal to see us at all. Where are all the lesbians?
  • After Freud, no one can ignore the realm of the unconscious and repression, and Weinrich considers him as well.
  • A real "coma" -- a state of sleeplike unconsciousness -- almost never lasts more than a month or so. To Him, It Was Still 1988: The 'Coma Cop' Awakens
  • Some of these will be working in his conscious mind right away; others will stimulate processes in his unconscious.
  • I think racism is unconsciously inherent in practically everyone.
  • How do unconscious motivational needs (i. e. , implicit motives) influence physiological, cognitive, affective, and behavioral responses to incentives?
  • What a mysterious and powerful thing the unconscious mind is. Times, Sunday Times
  • There, he was made to drink an intoxicant, which made unconscious.
  • It is often unconscious but no less damaging for that,' he said. Times, Sunday Times
  • Half unconsciously she slipped down to the ground and found a bed on the warm and dewless grass. We Can't Have Everything
  • Stephen was blissfully unconscious but for that man in the gap turning up at the eleventh hour the finis might have been that he might have been a candidate for the accident ward or, failing that, the bridewell and an appearance in the court next day before Mr Ulysses
  • But still, I found myself unconsciously avoiding him.
  • As Sigmund Freud reminds us, the lapsus linguae is, like the dream, a royal road to the unconscious.
  • Their lives are calm, to put it mildly, until they take in a young Polish castaway, who washes up unconscious on their beach.
  • And as we let our own light shine, we unconsciously give other people permission to do the same. As we are liberated from our own fear, our presence automatically liberates others. Nelson Mandela 
  • “Ironically, then, it would seem that the authors of the ‘Copycats’ report, which delineates a wired-up Britain permeated by the ‘copycat’ tendency in the realm of digital artefacts, are themselves unconscious copycats, albeit of a different, more rarefied kind, in the realm of ideas.” Entertainment industry bullshit
  • Maybe it's a story or metaphor from our own life or that of our own parents that somehow penetrates the unconscious.
  • She enveloped the feeble and unconscious creature with love and worship. Vanity Fair
  • _ -- In this kind of paraphasia in adults the cause is a lack of attention; therefore purely central concentration is wanting, or one fails to "collect himself"; there is distraction, hence the unintentional, frequently unconscious, confounding of words similar in sound or connected merely by remote, often dim, reminiscences. The Mind of the Child, Part II The Development of the Intellect, International Education Series Edited By William T. Harris, Volume IX.
  • The syndrome involves patients unconsciously inventing false memories of childhood abuse under therapy and hypnosis.
  • Freudian psychoanalysis refers to a specific type of treatment in which the "analysand" analytic patient verbalizes thoughts, including free associations, fantasies, and dreams, from which the analyst formulates the unconscious conflicts causing the patient's symptoms and character problems, and interprets them for the patient to create insight for resolution of the problems. Analysand verbalizes thoughts
  • A shower of glass fell over Leon large head, and his eyes turned white, falling deeply unconscious.
  • Orders were given to bar the door against the convict gang who had come to discharge their unpleasant duty, and while all were busy decking out the unconscious corpse in gayest attire, none paid any heed to me bending over the fire with the motherless child, journeying fast to join its dead parent. Wonderful Adventures of Mrs. Seacole in Many Lands
  • He slumped, the gun falling to the pavement and his body following in an unconscious heap.
  • They reveal unconscious motivating fantasies and wishes about one's identity.
  • Here the Royal speaker was herself interrupted by a cloud of powder which the unconscious _friseur_ flung over the edifice then erecting. The Ladies A Shining Constellation of Wit and Beauty
  • She peered at him, complacent, curious, blightingly unconscious of his emotions, and the young man felt a stirring of hot impatience. The Love Affairs of Pixie
  • I had stumbled upon the historical counterpart of my psychology of the unconscious.
  • Even the second project, which was unled, uninspired, unnational, and almost unconscious, and which began and continued as though in obedience to some irresistible and unchangeable natural and economic law, assumed different shapes and semblances, as it blended or refused to blend with the patriotic projects of the idealists. The Story of Newfoundland
  • The shore patrol carried out the unconscious sailor who had been given a Mickey Finn.
  • If too much new material is released from the unconscious, then chaos ensues.
  • In the unconscious energy field of phonemic circuitry and its short-outs within the subvocal production of literary meaning, the double-cross can precipitate a visionary option or knot off an ironic one. Phonemanography: Romantic to Victorian
  • Such mental attitudes may be wholly unconscious and are difficult, if not impossible, to eliminate.
  • The children seem to be happy at the centre, blissfully unconscious of their condition.
  • Rather than being openly confrontational with his parents, he just quietly-and perhaps unconsciously-refused to comply with their demands.
  • The force of the impact threw me out of the minibus and knocked me unconscious. The Sun
  • Frederic, though unconscious of the Thyestean nature of the banquet, still looked round for the dog; and, not perceiving him, began to call out, "Fox! The Parisians — Volume 12
  • Charles Darwin explained the shoulder shrug by the " principle of unconscious antithesis ".
  • How does one measure the degree of unconscious conflict or self-actualization?
  • Repeatedly, they unconsciously checked that the writing on their knickers was clearly visible above the low-slung waistlines of their denim skirts.
  • The oblivion of unconsciousness was creeping up on her at its leisure, and she would make him regret murdering her too slowly.
  • There is an unconscious heeling process within the mind which mends up in spite of our desperate determination never to forget.
  • Who was she, the old witch, for so he mentally termed the inoffensive woman devoutly conning her prayer book, unconscious of the wrath her presence was exciting in the bosom of the young man beside her! Bad Hugh
  • The most normal and the most perfect human being is the one who most thoroughly addresses himself to the activity of his best powers,gives himself most thoroughly to the world around him,flings himself out into the midst of humanity,and is so preoccu pied by his own beneficent reaction on the world that he is practically unconscious of a sep arate existence... 
  • In my view they are what can properly be meant, by the way, by evocative talk of the subconscious or the unconscious mind.
  • We all indulge in unconscious role - playing.
  • He's been out since I settled him on the couch. He'll be unconscious for a while yet.
  • The contact with that unconscious process, either by transference or other manifestations, may be the most important lesson in psychodynamic supervision.
  • She was bleeding heavily and was unconscious. The Sun
  • He was knocked unconscious and robbed in a vicious attack near Trowbridge Park.
  • Horrified holidaymakers looked on as Jack collapsed unconscious following the accident, and a helicopter was called in to airlift him off the side of the mountain.
  • The castigatory sermon which Fräulein Rottenmeier had held in reserve for Heidi was put off till the following day, as she felt too exhausted now after all the emotions she had gone through of irritation, anger, and fright, of which Heidi had unconsciously been the cause. Heidi
  • For Freud, every dream was caused by unconscious wishes that were released in sleep.
  • This linking object unconsciously connects the lost person's image or mental representation with the mourner's corresponding self-image or representation.
  • It was also noticed that he ceased to whistle unconsciously as he walked up the aisle from the vestry.
  • With his own unconscious collusion, she had used him treacherously in an imposture which denied his separate identity and threatened to undo entirely the life work of individuation separation implied in identity formation.
  • Rowbotham accepts without criticism Horney's reduction of the unconscious to basic needs, which presupposes a psychological subject of those needs.
  • Under the general keying-up of the altitude, manners take on a heartiness, a vivacity, that is one expression of the half-unconscious excitement which Colorado people miss when they drop into lower strata of air. The song of the lark
  • In many of the word association experiments used in parapsychology, the assumption is made that the ESP will work automatically on an unconscious level.
  • The man fell over backwards flopping to the deck in unconsciousness.
  • A sustained attack with kicks to the head and upper body as he lay unconscious was said to have lasted more than two minutes.
  • His iron public spirit, his inevitable devotion to duty, unconscious and instinctive and uncensorious, combined with a guilty sense that her youth and beauty had been uprooted by him, and put into a dusty distant soil. Balloons
  • The unconscious is continually active, creating combinations of its materials; these serve to indicate the future path of the individual.
  • He is the purest surrealist painter, thinking from first principles about what an art of the unconscious might be.
  • This book focuses on the story of a Seneca man named White Thunder and the mysterious, delicae, pale, slim, but amply bosomed white woman he finds unconscious on a large rock. sharing my pain.
  • Rowbotham accepts without criticism Horney's reduction of the unconscious to basic needs, which presupposes a psychological subject of those needs.
  • The victim then approaches the youth and throws a fierce right-hand jab, punching him on the chin and knocking him unconscious. Times, Sunday Times
  • Chase stepped back and simply regarded me with an intent stare that made me squirm unconsciously.
  • I think racism is unconsciously inherent in practically everyone.
  • M'liss's readiness and brilliancy, of course, captivated the greatest number, and provoked the greatest applause, and M'liss's antecedents had unconsciously awakened the strongest sympathies of the miners, whose athletic forms were ranged against the walls, or whose handsome bearded faces looked in at the window. The Luck of Roaring Camp and Other Tales With Condensed Novels, Spanish and American Legends, and Earlier Papers
  • Yet most of us have already unconsciously surrendered to the more insidious aspects of modernity long before we even contemplate drawing our swords from their scabbards and inspecting them for rust.
  • Jim's figurative decapitation could thus be regarded as a literal interpretation of this ideal of racial unconsciousness.
  • Such a contrary view has been seen as destabilising the supposition of heteronormative sexuality with its attendant conscious and unconscious structures which determine behaviour.
  • Alishia Muehlfarth kept the nearly unconscious non-swimmer afloat until emergency paramedics arrived to haul him out.

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