1. the act or process of knowing; perception.
2. the product of such a process; something thus known, perceived, etc.
Etymology: late Middle English cognicioun < Latin cognitiōn- (stem of cognitiō), equivalent to cognit(us), past participle of cognōscere, variant stem of gnōscere, nōscere - to learn.
Oh,please,can we not do this this time?
You being all mysterious with your…cheekbones, and turning your coat collar up so you look cool…..
I don’t do that!
Yeah, you do!!
Tim Knowles - Tree Drawings (2006)
“A series of drawings produced using drawing implements attached to the tips of tree branches, the wind’s effects on the tree, recorded on paper.
Like signatures each drawing reveals the different qualities and characteristics of each tree.”