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Noology (No`ol´o`gy) derives from the Greek words νούς (nous) "mind" and λόγος, "logos". Noo-logy thus outlines a systematic study and (attempt at) organization of everything dealing with knowing and knowledge, i.e.: cognitive neuroscience. It is also used to describe the science of intellectual phenomena. It is the study of images of thought, their emergence, their genealogy, and their creation.
- ↑ Jamie Murray (June 2006). Nome law: Deleuze & Guattari on the emergence of law. Journal International Journal for the Semiotics of Law 19 (2): pp.127–151.
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