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Noema (plural: noemata) derives from the Greek word νόημα meaning thought or what is thought about. Edmund Husserl used noema as a technical term in phenomenology to stand for the object or content of a thought, judgment, or perception, but its precise meaning in his work has remained a matter of controversy.


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