Talk:Thought

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External link to a Wiki forum[edit]

A larger wiki forum on this area may be found at sense-think-act.org which may be of interest to contributors to this area... Szczels 12:57, 6 Mar 2005 (UTC)

Thought as an abstract form[edit]

The brain generates and uses countless abstract forms/objects. The elemental abstract forms are thoughts (as elemental organic forms are cells), the most complex are skills, sciences, languages etc. Abstract forms/objects, although non-dimensional (shapeless), are energetically real (not 'imaginary'), as material forms are real (telekinesis, moving material objects/forms with thoughts, is a direct proof of that). Quantum physicist David Bohm (see: Thought as a System) among many others, also realized this, and dedicated many of his efforts bringing up the importance of thoughts to humankind: "Thought runs you. Thought, however, gives false info that you are running it, that you are the one who controls thought. Whereas actually thought is the one which controls each one of us..."

According to Rupert Sheldrake every abstract form, like every organic form, relates to a certain morphic field.

Unsigned comment[edit]

I came to this entry hoping to see various psychophysical, epigenetic, or perhaps esoteric(new thought, rosecrucians, theosophists etc.) hypotheses to the question "what is thought?" Surely a thought or abstraction is a thing composed of matter an energy. I found the entry to be quite unsatisfying.

merge with idea[edit]

what's the difference between a thought and an idea?!

That answer is online here - http://cnx.org/content/m14812/latest/

also, many differences and the relationship between thoughts, emotions and feelings is discussed in my online book "The Psychology of Emotions, Feelings and Thoughts" online here - http://cnx.org/content/m14358/latest/ —The preceding unsigned comment was added by 71.248.163.183 (talk)

Thinking effects[edit]

Result 1:

Favors in thinking comes from lacking of understanding how something works in life.

Example: Business Business owners use the limitations of human's education abilities as a tool for producing primary products for customers use for a profit range which changes as the economic cycle turns in stages.

Ex: TV mational and international People's lacking in knowing hoe electronics use electric energy for powering up a TV device.

So animation and vibraion from audio to reproduce a copy of a recording that will have fans amazed for centuries.


So this is one example that cause a business to be great from having people use there limits in understanding as a main source to buiness gains.


So everything is all about what people know and what people don't know. Key concept (patterns in life)

Cognitive Science[edit]

This subject EXPLICITLY studies the mind and its precesses. However, it is composed of many subjects including AI, Psychology, Philosophy, Linguistics etc... Should some of these subjects be replaced since cognitive science "absorbs" them? After all, the field is dedicated to it.

Broken link[edit]

I'd like to cite this article in a college paper, but the link to professor Marić's book gave me a 404 error. I don't know how to fix it, if someone knows, please. Frajolex (talk) 17:17, 23 July 2019 (UTC)