IV. WORDS RELATING TO THE INTELLECTUAL FACULTIES; FORMATION OF IDEAS
I. OPERATIONS OF INTELLECT IN GENERAL
Intellect.
Absence
Thought.
Incogitancy. [Absence or want of thought.]
Idea. [Object of thought.]
Topic. [Subject of thought, noemata .]
II. PRECURSORY CONDITIONS AND OPERATIONS
Curiosity. [The desire of knowledge.]
Incuriosity. [Absence of curiosity.]
Attention.
Inattention.
Care.
Neglect.
Inquiry
Answer.
Experiment.
Comparison.
Discrimination. [Results of comparison. 1]
Indiscrimination. [Results of comparison.
Measurement.
III. MATERIALS FOR REASONING
Evidence. [On one side.]
Counter Evidence. [Evidence on the other side, on the other hand.]
Qualification.
Degrees of Evidence
Possibility.
Impossibility.
Probability.
Improbability.
Certainty.
Uncertainty.
IV. REASONING PROCESSES
Reasoning.
Intuition. [The absence of reasoning.] Sophistry. [False or vicious
reasoning; show of reason.]
Demonstration.
Confutation.
V. RESULTS OF REASONING
Judgment.
Discovery. [Result of search or inquiry.]
Misjudgment.
Overestimation.
Underestimation.
Belief.
Unbelief.
Credulity.
Incredulity.
Assent.
Dissent.
Knowledge.
Ignorance.
Scholar.
Ignoramus.
Truth. [Object of knowlege.]
Error.
Maxim.
Absurdity.
Intelligence.
Imbecility.
Sage.
Fool.
Sanity.
Insanity.
Madman.
VI. EXTENSION OF THOUGHT
1. To the Past
Memory.
Oblivion.
2. To the Future
Expectation.
Inexpectation.
Disappointment. [Failure of expectation.]
Foresight.
Prediction.
Omen.
Oracle.
VII. CREATIVE THOUGHT
Supposition.
Imagination.
IV. WORDS RELATING TO THE INTELLECTUAL FACULTIES; COMMUNICATION OF IDEAS
I. NATURE OF IDEAS COMMUNICATED
Meaning. [Idea to be conveyed.]
Unmeaningness. [Absence of meaning.]
Intelligibility.
Unintelligibility.
Equivocalness. [Having a double sense.]
Metaphor.
Interpretation.
Misinterpretation.
Interpreter.
II. MODES OF COMMUNICATION
Manifestation.
Latency.
Information.
Concealment.
Disclosure.
Ambush. [Means of concealment].
Publication.
News.
Secret.
Messenger.
Affirmation.
Negation.
Teaching.
Misteaching.
Learning.
Teacher.
Learner.
School.
Veracity.
Falsehood.
Deception.
Untruth.
Dupe.
Deceiver.
Exaggeration.
III. MEANS OF COMMUNICATING IDEAS
1. Natural Means
Indication.
Record.
Obliteration. [Suppression of sign.]
Recorder.
Representation.
Misrepresentation.
Painting.
Sculpture.
Engraving.
Artist.
2. Conventional Means; Language Generally
Language.
Letter.
Word.
Neologism.
Nomenclature.
Misnomer.
Phrase.
Grammar.
Solecism.
Style.
2. Conventional Means; Language Generally; Various Qualities of Style
Perspicuity.
Obscurity.
Conciseness.
Diffuseness.
Vigor.
Feebleness.
Plainness.
Ornament.
Elegance.
Inelegance.
2. Conventional Means; Spoken Language
Voice.
Aphony.
Speech.
Stammering. [Imperfect Speech.]
Loquacity.
Taciturnity.
Allocution.
Interlocution.
Soliloquy.
2. Conventional Means; Written Language
Writing.
Printing.
Correspondence.
Book.
Description.
Dissertation.
Compendium.
Poetry.
Prose.
The Drama.
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