Thinking

  • (noun): The process of thinking (especially thinking carefully).
    Example: "Thinking always made him frown"
    Synonyms: thought, cerebration, intellection, mentation
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Some articles on thinking:

Convergent Thinking - Critiques
... The idea of convergent thinking has been critiqued by researchers who claim that not all problems have solutions that can be effectively ranked ... Convergent thinking assigns a position to solution over another ... Furthermore, convergent thinking has also been said to devalue minority arguments ...
Saving The Appearances: A Study In Idolatry - Synopsis - §3: Figuration and Thinking
... In thinking about representations, we begin to treat the representations as entirely other, or distinct, from us and from each other, so they gradually cease to appear to us as representations we ... We can think about perceiving and think about thinking ... confusion, Barfield calls this beta-thinking ...
Matrigitikanjalih
... The songs are marked by original thinking and novel ideas ... Thinking power of subtle and atomic mind is displayed with philosophical perspective in “Siva-Sankalpa-Gitika”(Mano Bhavatu) ... Features of subtle thinking and transcendental vision of the poet are portrayed in “Kavi-Gitika”(Amara-Kavis Tvam) ...
Characteristics of Computational Thinking
... Computational Thinking is a problem-solving process that includes the following characteristics Analyzing and logically organizing data Data modeling, data ...
Convergent Thinking
... Convergent thinking is a term coined by Joy Paul Guilford as the opposite of divergent thinking ...

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Famous quotes containing the word thinking:

    Play for young children is not recreation activity,... It is not leisure-time activity nor escape activity.... Play is thinking time for young children. It is language time. Problem-solving time. It is memory time, planning time, investigating time. It is organization-of-ideas time, when the young child uses his mind and body and his social skills and all his powers in response to the stimuli he has met.
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    They’ll always be looking for us. They won’t stop till we die. I don’t care. Just so they find us together. If you’re thinking of anyone else, don’t. It wouldn’t work. You’re no good for anyone but me. You’re no good and neither am I. That’s why we deserve each other.
    Geoffrey Homes (1902–1977)

    I have been thinking this half hour how to begin my letter and cannot for my soul make it out. I wish to the Lord one could write a letter without any beginning for I am sure it allways puzzles me more than all the rest of it.
    Thomas Jefferson (1743–1826)