Definition of "cerebration" [cer•e•bra•tion]

  • The act of cerebrating; thinking, mental activity. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "cerebration" in a sentence
  • "Human cerebration is the most important rill we know of, and both the 'capacity' and the 'intensity' factor thereof may be treated as infinitesimal."
  • "And the theory which we have now before us sanctions the doctrine that it may be so regarded, if only we remember that its causal activity depends upon its identity with the obverse aspect known as cerebration, without which identity in apparent duality neither volition nor cerebration could be the cause which in fact they are."
  • "Indeed, they reduce themselves to these two principal propositions: for some the unconscious is a purely physiological activity, a "cerebration"; for others it is a gradual diminution of consciousness which exists without being bound to me -- i.e., to the principal consciousness."