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subconscious vs unconscious

  • July 12, 2013, 1:32pm

@nhoJ

The meaning of "subconciousness" should not become a trauma like phenomena that belongs to the unconsciousness part of the scientific community.
-That was my bashing.


Btw, don't waste your time scientific "literature" and "facts". They are subjective and often shaped by money, institutions or government. Some call this "institutional thinking". Focus on scienetific methods and what methods where used to prove what.

subconscious vs unconscious

  • July 12, 2013, 1:12am

You are not aware or don't remember doing something; but "you" still did it.

You did something unconsciously but the driving force behind your unconscious act was the subconscious mind.

My take on this; examples and meaning.
un-:
undo, unwind, unclear, uncertain :: reverse, opposite, negative.
sub-:
submarine, subset, subplot :: inner, under(this is ironic), lower

If the context is you then:

Subconscious::
Consciousness that is not quite yours; but it is still there operating under at lower levels. There is no information about your own consciousness being off or on. It is just your lower/inner/under consciousness.

Unconscious::
Your consciousness is not there/off/in reverse state. There is no information about the state or existence of the subconsciousness.

Some people have a tendency to conflict similar concepts when one is alien or strange to them. I guess their low IQ can't handle the difference; so they remove all instance to the concept they don't get.