Thinking

  • (adj): Endowed with the capacity to reason.
    Synonyms: intelligent, reasoning
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on thinking:

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 ... We can think about perceiving and think about thinking ... avoid confusion, Barfield calls this beta-thinking ...
Convergent Thinking
... Convergent thinking is a term coined by Joy Paul Guilford as the opposite of divergent thinking ...
Characteristics of Computational Thinking
... Computational Thinking is a problem-solving process that includes the following characteristics Analyzing and logically organizing data Data modeling, data ...
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) ...
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 ...

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Famous quotes containing the word thinking:

    ... thinking consists in being conscious that one thinks.
    John Locke (1632–1704)

    It would seem that man was born a slave, and that slavery is his natural condition. At the same time nothing on earth can stop man from feeling himself born for liberty. Never, whatever may happen, can he accept servitude; for he is a thinking creature.
    Simone Weil (1909–1943)

    I am so far from thinking the maxims of Confucius and Jesus Christ to differ, that I think the plain and simple maxims of the former, will help to illustrate the more obscure ones of the latter, accommodated to the then way of speaking.
    Matthew Tindal (1653–1733)