|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|
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|NOUN:||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.
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|VERB:||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.
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|ADJECTIVE:||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].
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|ADVERB:||all things considered, taking everything into -account, - consideration.|
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- 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