Wishful thinking (disambiguation)
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Wishful thinking is the formation of beliefs according to what might be pleasing to imagine instead of by appealing to rationality.
Wishful Thinking may also refer to:
- Wishful Thinking (Propaganda album), 1985
- Wishful Thinking (Earl Klugh album), 1984
- "Wishful Thinking" (China Crisis song), 1983
- "Wishful Thinking" (Duncan Sheik song), 1998
- "Wishful Thinking" (Neck Deep album), 2014
- "Wishful Thinking", a song by 4hero from Two Pages
- "Wishful Thinking", a song by Alphaville from Salvation (Alphaville album)
- "Wishful Thinking", a song by The Ditty Bops from The Ditty Bops
- "Wishful Thinking", a song by John Petrucci from Suspended Animation
- "Wishful Thinkin'", a song by Poison from Hollyweird
- "Wishful Thinkin'", a song by Sly & the Family Stone from Small Talk
- "Wishful Thinkin'", a song by Tony Booth (a.k.a. Johnny Booth)
- "Wishful Thinking", a song by Travis Tritt from Ten Feet Tall and Bulletproof
- "Wishful Thinking", a song by Wilco from A Ghost Is Born
- Wishful Thinking (Australian band), a Christian punk band signed to Boomtown Records
- Wishful Thinking (British band), a 1970s rock band whose song "Hiroshima" has been covered by various artists, including Sandra
Film and television
- Wishful Thinking (1990 film), a film featuring Johnny Dark
- Wishful Thinking (1997 film), a film starring Jon Stewart and Drew Barrymore
- "Wishful Thinking", an episode of Captain N: The Game Master
- "Wishful Thinking" (Supernatural), an episode of the television series Supernatural
- Wishful Thinking About Winter, a composition by Wayne Slawson
- Wishful Drinking, an autobiographical book by American actress and author Carrie Fisher
- All pages beginning with "Wishful Thinking"
- All pages with titles containing Wishful Thinking
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