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What is conscienceness?


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Answered 2010-06-03 19:55:59

Consciousness is when you are aware of your body and all the things about it. When you regain consciousness you awake from a coma where you are unconscious and cannot understand what is going on around you

"Conscienceness" is not a word. It is a mixture of "consciousness" and "conscience", which have very different meanings. Consciousness is as defined above. Conscience means an instinctive knowledge of the difference between right and wrong, the capacity to feel guilt, and the tendency to do the right things for non-selfish reasons.

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