Conscious experiences are neuronal, electrochemical and other biological processes which are contributing directly our conscousness. Diference between these "biological processes" and our "experiences" is only matter of perspective. From 3rd person perspective we see brain. From 1st person perspective we see our personality, our experiences, our subjectivity, our psychology, our soul
A person's own experiences make it unique.
The unique combination of resources, experiences, and expertise within a particular firm is called
Throughout history, Jews lived in poverty, and learned from their experiences.
From a Jewish perspective, and from the perspective of the Bible, there were Jews, Proselytes (those who had converted to Judaism) and Gentiles (anyone not a Jew or a Proselyte). The possible answers to this question are virtually infinite though. Romans had a different perspective than the Jews. Greek perspective would have differed from both of those two groups. Egyptians: still another perspective.
unique cultural lens
his or her words
All nations of people have unique experiences and so all peoples are in some ways unique. The exile to Babylon certainly did not make the Jewish people especially unique, but the permission to return was probably unique in history. Only some of their contemporaries, also exiled by the Babylonians, were ever afforded this chance. So the Return from the Babylonian Exile was the one great event in Jewish history that made them truly unique.
The pursuit of unique and memorable eating and drinking experiences.
They're Russian + Jewish.
i kill jews
The psychoanalytic approach focuses on the importance of the unconscious mind (not the conscious mind). In other words, psychoanalytic perspective dictates that behavior is determined by your past experiences that are left in the unconscious mind (people are unaware of them). This perspective is still based on Freud’s psychoanalytic perspective about early experiences being so influential on current behavior, but the focus on sex is not as great.
I think what made Vincent Van Gogh unique is the way he did his artwork. Like, maybe he did his art based on his experiences.
This question is based on a false assumption. Islam is considered a valid path to HaShem (The Creator) for non-Jews from the Jewish perspective.
Jews refer to HaShem as Father, however, this is not meant literally. From the Jewish perspective, HaShem is the 'Father' of all people.
It is a unique fairytale because it tells the story from the wolf's perspective. We'd have fewer arguments if you could learn to see things from my perspective. The real estate agent will show our home to perspective buyers.
Ones view on the business level regarding a business topic based on past experiences and knowledge.
Its a proffessional qualifcation that allows an individual to understand a business from a unique perspective.