Mawson, C.O.S., ed. (18701938). Rogets International Thesaurus. 1922.
Class IV. Words Relating to the Intellectual Faculties
Division (I) Formation of Ideas
Section I. Operations of Intellect in General
THOUGHT; exercitation -, exercise- of the intellect; intellection; reflection, cogitation, consideration, meditation, study, lucubration, speculation, deliberation, pondering; head work, brainwork; cerebration; mentation, deep reflection; close study, application (attention) [See Attention].
association -, succession -, flow -, train -, current- of -thought, - ideas.
MATURE THOUGHT; afterthought, reconsideration, second thoughts; retrospection (memory) [See Memory]; excogitation; examination (inquiry) [See Inquiry]; invention (imagination) [See Imagination].
thoughtfulness &c. adj.
ABSTRACTION, abstract thought, contemplation, musing; brown study (inattention) [See Inattention]; reverie or revery, depth of thought, workings of the mind, thoughts, inmost thoughts; self-counsel, self-communing, self-consultation.
[PHILOSOPHY] philosophical -opinions, - systems, - schools; the handmaid of theology, ancilla theologi [L.].
ORIENTAL PHILOSOPHY: Vedânta or Uttara-Mîmâmsâ [later investigation]; Pûrva-Mîmâmsâ [prior investigation]; Sâmkhya -, Yoga -, Nyâya -, Vaisheshika- philosophy.
GREEK AND GRECO-ROMAN PHILOSOPHY: Ionian -, Pythagorean -, Eleatic- school; Atomism; Sophism or Sophistic philosophy.
Socratic -, Megarian or Eristic -, Elean- school; Cynic philosophy; Cyrenaic or Hedonistic school, Hedonism; Platonism; philosophy of the -Absolute, -Academy; Aristotelianism, philosophy of the Lyceum; Peripatetic school [historical formula: concept, Idea, essence].
Stoic philosophy, Stoicism, philosophy of the Porch; Epicureanism, philosophy of the Garden; Scepticism; Eclecticism.
PATRISTIC PHILOSOPHY: Gnosticism, Manicheism; Alexandrian school; philosophy of the Ante-Nicene Fathers, philosophy of the Post-Nicene Fathers.
SCHOLASTIC PHILOSOPHY: Scholasticism; Eclecticism; Mysticism, Mystic philosophy; Pantheistic school, pantheism; Thomism, Scotism, voluntarism; Averroism.
MODERN PHILOSOPHY: Post-Reformation philosophy; Humanism, rationalism, political philosophy; Cartesianism; Spinozism; empiricism, moralism; idealistic philosophy, idealism; Leibnitzianism or Leibnizianism, Berkeleian philosophy, Berkeleyism; pan-phenomenalism.
modern German philosophy: Kantianism, Fichteanism, Schellings philosophy, Hegelianism, Herbartianism, Schopenhauers philosophy; neocriticism; Freudianism, Freudian theory; Einstein theory, relativism.
modern French philosophy: traditionalism; psychologico-spiritualistic school; Positivism; sociological school; Bergsonism.
modern English philosophy: associational psychology, utilitarianism, Darwinism, evolutionistic ethics; Spencerian philosophy; agnosticism, idealism, Neo-Hegelianism.
modern Italian philosophy: Vicoism, sensism, empiricism, criticism, idealism, ontologism, Neo-Scholasticism.
American philosophy: Transcendentalism, pragmatism, neo-voluntarism, new ethical movement; Neo-Hegelianism, Neo-Hegelian movement.
THINK, reflect, cogitate, excogitate, consider, reason, deliberate; bestow -thought, - consideration -upon; speculate, contemplate, meditate, ponder, muse, dream, ruminate; brood over, con over, study; mouse over [U. S.], mull over [colloq., U. S.], sweat over [colloq.]; bend -, apply- the mind (attend) [See Attention]; digest, discuss, hammer at, hammer out, weigh, perpend [archaic]; realize, appreciate; fancy (imagine) [See Imagination]; trow [archaic].
rack -, ransack -, crack -, beat -, cudgel- ones brains; set ones -brain, - wits- to work; cerebrate, mentalize [rare].
harbor -, entertain -, cherish -, nurture- an idea [See Idea], take into ones head; bear in mind; reconsider.
TAKE INTO CONSIDERATION; take counsel (be advised) [See Advice]; commune with oneself, bethink oneself; collect ones thoughts; revolve -, turn over -, run over- in the mind; chew the cud upon [colloq.], sleep upon; take counsel of -, advise with- ones pillow.
SUGGEST itself, present itself, occur; come -, get- into ones head; strike one, flit across the view, come uppermost, run in ones head; enter -, pass in -, cross, -, flash on -, flash across -, float in -, fasten itself on -, be uppermost in -, occupy- the mind; have in ones mind.
MAKE AN IMPRESSION; sink -, penetrate- into the mind; engross the thoughts.
THOUGHTFUL, pensive, meditative, reflective, cogitative, excogitative, museful, wistful, contemplative, speculative, deliberative, studious, sedate, introspective, Platonic, philosophical; thinking &c. v.
UNDER CONSIDERATION, in contemplation, under advisement.
ABSORBED, rapt; lost in thought (inattentive) [See Inattention]; engrossed in (intent) [See Attention].
all things considered, taking everything into -account, - consideration.
The mind being on the stretch; the -mind, - head- -turning, - running- upon.
Divinely bent to meditation.Richard III
En toute chose il faut considérer la fin.
Fresh-plucket from bowers of never-failing thought.O. Meredith
Go speed the stars of Thought.Emerson
In maiden meditation fancy-free.Midsummer Nights Dream
So sweet is zealous contemplation.Richard III
The power of Thought is the magic of the Mind.Byron
Those that think must govern those that toil.Goldsmith
Thought is parent of the deed.Carlyle
Thoughts in attitudes imperious.Longfellow
Thoughts that breathe and words that burn.Gray
Vivere est cogitare.Cicero
Volk der Dichter und Denker.
Thinking is the function; living is the functionary.Emerson