Definitions for noumenal
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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
something that can be the object only of a purely intellectual, nonsensuous intuition.
Origin of noumenon:
1790–1800; < Gk nooúmenon a thing being perceived, n. use of neut. of passive prp. of noeîn to perceive
Of or pertaining to the noumenon or the realm of things as they are in themselves.
of or pertaining to the noumenon; real; -- opposed to phenomenal
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