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Thought is a mental process which allows beings to be conscious, make decisions, imagine and, in general, operate on symbols in a rational or irrational manner. It is an element/instance of thinking and is used as its synonym. Although more specifically, thought is technically the 'product' of thinking, it (thought) is usually derived through the action of thinking, representative of a cumulative result of the thinking process; although in many languages, thought and thinking are synonymous in everyday usage.
Thought may refer to:
- In philosophy, thought is also a synonym for idea
- School of thought, a collections of ideas that result from the adoption of a particular paradigm
- Thought, the short name of Thought: Fordham University Quarterly, a publication of Fordham University
- Thought: A Journal of Philosophy
- "Thought", in Gottlob Frege's theory of meaning, "something for which the question of truth can arise at all"
- Thought (Myel), a short story by Leonid Andreyev
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