How We Think

@inproceedings{Dewey2010HowWT,
  title={How We Think},
  author={Evelyn Dewey},
  year={2010}
}
No words are oftener on our lips than thinking and thought. So profuse and varied, indeed, is our use of these words that it is not easy to define just what we mean by them. The aim of this chapter is to find a single consistent meaning. Assistance may be had by considering some typical ways in which the terms are employed. In the first place thought is used broadly, not to say loosely. Everything that comes to mind, that “goes through our heads,” is called a thought. To think of a thing is… CONTINUE READING

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