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  • 1 Thought — Thought, n. [OE. [thorn]oght, [thorn]ouht, AS. [thorn][=o]ht, ge[thorn][=o]ht, fr. [thorn]encean to think; akin to D. gedachte thought, MHG. d[=a]ht, ged[=a]ht, Icel. [thorn][=o]ttr, [thorn][=o]tti. See {Think}.] 1. The act of thinking; the… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 2 thought — thought1 /thawt/, n. 1. the product of mental activity; that which one thinks: a body of thought. 2. a single act or product of thinking; idea or notion: to collect one s thoughts. 3. the act or process of thinking; mental activity: Thought as… …

    Universalium

  • 3 thought — 1. n. 1 the process or power of thinking; the faculty of reason. 2 a way of thinking characteristic of or associated with a particular time, people, group, etc. (medieval European thought). 3 sober reflection or consideration (gave it much… …

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  • 4 thought — I [[t]θɔt[/t]] n. 1) the product of mental activity; that which one thinks: a body of thought[/ex] 2) a single act or product of thinking; idea or notion: to collect one s thoughts[/ex] 3) the act or process of thinking; mental activity;… …

    From formal English to slang

  • 5 thought — I. /θɔt / (say thawt) verb 1. past tense and past participle of think1. –noun 2. the product of mental activity; that which one thinks. 3. a single act or product of thinking; an idea or notion: to collect one s thoughts. 4. the act or process of …

    Australian English dictionary

  • 6 thought — 1. The faculty of reasoning. 2. The process or act of thinking. 3. The result of thinking. t. broadcasting the delusion of experiencing one s thoughts, as they occur, as being broadcast from one s head to the external world where other people can …

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  • 7 Paris arts faculty (The): Siger of Brabant, Boethius of Dacia, Radulphus Brito — The Paris arts faculty: Siger of Brabant, Boethius of Dacia, Radulphus Brito Sten Ebbesen Throughout the thirteenth century Paris overshadowed all other universities in the arts as in theology. This chapter will deal almost exclusively with Paris …

    History of philosophy

  • 8 History of economic thought — The history of economic thought deals with different thinkers and theories in the field of political economy and economics from the ancient world to the present day. British philosopher Adam Smith is cited by many as the father of modern… …

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  • 9 Committee on Social Thought — The Committee on Social Thought is one of several PhD granting committees at the University of Chicago. It was started in 1941 by historian John Ulric Nef along with economist Frank Knight, anthropologist Robert Redfield, and University President …

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  • 10 Language of thought — Jerry A. Fodor s Language of Thought (LOT) hypothesis states that cognition and cognitive processes are only remotely plausible when expressed as computational in terms of representational systems. He uses empirical data drawn from linguistics… …

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  • 11 Queen's Faculty of Applied Science — Infobox University Faculty name = Faculty of Applied Science motto = Quis Dolor Cui Dolium established = 1893 dean = Kimberly Woodhouse alumni = 15,000+ colors = Gold website= http://appsci.queensu.caThe Faculty of Applied Science is the faculty… …

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  • 12 University College London Law Faculty — The Faculty of Laws of University College London is a law school situated in the Bloomsbury area of Central London. HistoryThe Faculty of Laws is a founding faculty of University College London and was founded in 1826. It was the first to offer a …

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  • 13 Elaborative faculty — Elaborative E*lab o*ra*tive, a. Serving or tending to elaborate; constructing with labor and minute attention to details. [1913 Webster] {Elaborative faculty} (Metaph.), the intellectual power of discerning relations and of viewing objects by… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 14 Aufklärung (The German) and British philosophy — The German Aufklärung and British philosophy Manfred Kuehn INTRODUCTION The German Enlightenment was not an isolated phenomenon.1 It was closely connected with developments in other European countries and in North America. Like the thinkers in… …

    History of philosophy

  • 15 Leibniz (from) to Kant — From Leibniz to Kant Lewis White Beck INTRODUCTION Had Kant not lived, German philosophy between the death of Leibniz in 1716 and the end of the eighteenth century would have little interest for us, and would remain largely unknown. In Germany… …

    History of philosophy

  • 16 Intellect — • The faculty of thought Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Intellect     Intellect     † …

    Catholic encyclopedia

  • 17 Kant’s Copernican revolution — Daniel Bonevac Immanuel Kant’s Critique of Pure Reason was to transform the philosophical world, at once bringing the Enlightenment to its highest intellectual development and establishing a new set of problems that would dominate philosophy in… …

    History of philosophy

  • 18 Language — This article is about the properties of language in general. For other uses, see Language (disambiguation). Cuneiform is one of the first known forms of written language, but spoken language is believed to predate writing by tens of thousands of… …

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  • 19 Friedrich Heinrich Jacobi — (25 January, 1743 10 March, 1819), was a German philosopher notable for coining the term nihilism and promoting it as the prime fault of Enlightenment thought and Kantianism.sep entry|friedrich jacobi] Instead of speculative reason, he advocated… …

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  • 20 Abraham ibn Daud — (Hebrew Avraham ben David ha Levi; Arabic ابراهيم ابن داود) was a Spanish Jewish astronomer, historian, and philosopher; born at Toledo, Spain about 1110; died, according to common report, a martyr about 1180. He is sometimes known by the… …

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