Loss of the ability to interpret sensory stimuli, such as sounds or images.(noun)
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Use "agnosia" in a sentence
"For him, the agnosia - the term agnosia is used for a situation in which one sees something clearly but one can't ascribe any meaning to it, you can't recognize it."
"The German neurologist Hermann Munk called this second condition "mind-blindness" (Seelenblindheit) and today it is known as "agnosia," a term we owe to Sigmund Freud."
"When the cortical centers were damaged and could no longer interpret them, the result was agnosia."