Liminal

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Liminal is an English adjective, "on the threshold", from Latin līmen, plural limina, "threshold". Liminality is the abstract noun formed from liminal. Articles:

Anthropology[edit]

Psychology[edit]

  • Liminality or Liminal point, a limen, or threshold, of a response beyond which a sensation becomes too faint to be experienced [1]
  • Liminal experiences, feelings of abandonment (existentialism) associated with death, illness, disaster, etc.

Publications[edit]

Other[edit]

  • .hack//Liminality, an animated series tied to, and packaged with, the .hack video game series.
  1. ^ (2015) "Collins English Dictionary, Seventh Edition"