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A mind is the set of cognitive faculties that enables memory, consciousness, perception, thinking and judgement.
The term mind may also refer to:
- Mind, as a translation of Greek Nous or Latin intellectus, a concept in philosophy
- "mind", a verb meaning looking after or being bothered
- MIND High School, a high school in Montreal, Quebec, Canada
- MIND Institute, a neuroscience research facility at the University of California, Davis
- Mind map, diagram used to represent words, ideas, tasks, etc.
- Mind (charity), a mental health charity based in the United Kingdom
- Mind (journal), the British journal of analytic philosophy
- Microsoft Internet Developer (MIND) magazine by Microsoft
- MINDS, a welfare organisation for the mentally disabled in Singapore
- Minds, an encrypted start-up social media platform backed by Anonymous
- Mind (The Culture), self-conscious, hyperintelligent machines in the novels of Iain M. Banks
- Mind: Path to Thalamus, video game
- MiND: Media Independence, an Internet television service
- "Mind" (song), by The Farm
- "Mind", a song by Talking Heads from their 1979 album Fear of Music
- "Mind", a song by System of a Down
- Minds (comics), the fourth book in the Mothers and Daughters graphic by Dave Sim, and the 11th collected Cerebus the Aardvark volume
- Gottfried Mind, a Swiss artist known as the Cat-Raphael
- Mind games, a form of covert psychological influence
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