Words Relating to the Intellectual Faculties
Division I.Formation of Ideas
Section I.Operations of Intellect in General
Subconsciousness, the subconscious mind.
Soul, spirit, psyche, ghost, inner man, heart, breast, bosom, penetralia mentis, divina particula aur.
Organ or seat of thought: sensorium, sensory, brain, head, head-piece, pate, noddle, nut, skull, brain- pan, pericranium, cerebrum, cerebellum, cranium.
Science of mind: Metaphysics, Psychology, Psychics, Psycho-analysis, Ideology, Idealism, Ideality, Pneumatology, Immaterialism, Intuitionism, Realism, etc.
Metaphysician, psychologist, psycho-analyst, etc.
(Adjectives). Relating to intellect: intellectual, noetic, gnostic, mental, spiritual, subjective, metaphysical, psychical, psychological, noumenal, ghostly, immaterial 317, cerebral; subconscious, subliminal, Freudian.
Abstraction, contemplation, musing, reverie 458, Platonism; depth of thought, workings of the mind, inmost thoughts, selfcounsel, self - communing, self-examination, introspection; succession, flow, train, current, etc., of thought or of ideas, brain-wave.
Thoughtfulness, pensiveness, intentness.
Telepathy, thought - transference, mind-reading.
(Verbs). To think, reflect, cogitate, excogitate, consider, deliberate, speculate, contemplate, meditate, introspect, ponder, muse, ruminate, think over, brood over, animadvert, con, con over, study, bend or apply the mind, digest, discuss, hammer at, puzzle out, weigh, perpend.
(Phrases). Take into account; take into consideration; to take counsel; to commune with oneself; to collect one's thoughts; to advise with one's pillow; to sleep on or over it; to chew the cud upon; revolve in the mind; turn over in the mind; to rack one's brains; to put on one's thinking-cap.
To harbour, entertain, cherish, nurture, etc., an idea, or a thought, a notion, a view, etc.
To occur, present itself, pass in the mind, suggest itself; to fancy, trow, dream of.
(Phrases). To flash on the mind; to flit across the view; to enter the mind; come into the head; come uppermost; run in one's head.
To make an impression; to sink or penetrate into the mind; fasten itself on the mind; to engross one's thoughts.
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