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Qualia (noun)

A quality or property as perceived or experienced by a person, typically used in philosophy.

Origin (and additional information) ~ Origin: The term’s first known use was in 1665-75. It was derived from Latin quāle, which is the neuter singular of qualis meaning of what kind.
It is a term used in philosophy to refer to individual instances of subjective, conscious experience. Examples of qualia are the pain of a headache, the taste of wine, or the perceived redness of an evening sky.


New Oxford Modern Science"Revised Edition" by

New Oxford Modern Science"Revised Edition"

New Oxford Modern Science For class 6, schools have a choice to use a combined book for physics, ...

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