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We say: " I think so-and-so," and this word "I" suggests that thinking is the act of a person.
"Let the case be what it may in others," he says, "I am as confident as I am of anything that, in myself, the stream of thinking (which I recognize emphatically as a phenomenon) is only a careless name for what, when scrutinized, reveals itself to consist chiefly of the stream of my breathing.
In a few days he was in Yorkshire again, and on his long railroad journey he found himself thinking of his boy as he had never thought in all the ten years past.
Was he losing his reason and thinking he heard things which were not for human ears?
Ober said, "We integrate a multidisciplinary approach to genomics, proteomics, metabolite research, and Information Technology to develop new drug targets in a faster, more accurate way than the traditional pharmaceutical approach." His thinking has set off a whole cascade of ideas and thoughts about the power of combining various approaches to the problem of improving human health.
Whether the standards are exactly the right ones or not, the effort to set them has gotten an enormous number of people around the world thinking about what are the right standards and what should be done to change our bankruptcy laws, for example, in case we get into this again.
The global nature of the net -- there are no geographic boundaries -- has also made it natural that people think and act more globally rather than just thinking about local issues.
It is impossible to teach staff everything you want them to know in terms of content, so shifting the emphasis to thinking skills may serve them better.
I always want to ask priests, "What do you think about when you're driving?" Pastors are not thinking about how they can make the weekend liturgy come alive.
But I certainly wouldn't walk away from nonquantifiable things or try, to drive them into quantification merely to satisfy a group of accountants sitting in the basement, as differentiated from thinking about how this improves my competitive position overall.
The name came out of the World War II era--the Japanese voices that were used to seduce the soldiers into thinking that the Japanese position was correct.
PEGGY WOODFORD FORBES: To my thinking, corporate profits could rise between 5% and 8% this year.
And the Renaissance and Enlightenment cultivated the seeds of a revolutionary way of thinking: a scientific, objective, experimental way of thinking, whose heirs are today's researchers and critics in various fields.
This study compared critical thinking in undergraduate students via case study learning under two methods: (a) individual student analysis and (b) computer-supported collaborative analysis.
I did a lot of thinking about the songwriters I most admire, and all of them--Shane MacGowan, Darby Crash, Richard Butler from Psychedelie Furs, Tom Waits--use almost poetry in their lyrics, making it so the listener could hear the same song five different days.