Definition of Thinkingness
1. [n -ES]
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Literary usage of Thinkingness
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1. Exploratio Philosophica by John Grote (1900)
"... this last word in a very vague application): and thinkingness cannot be a phenomenon, for the very meaning of the word phenomenon is what seems to it. ..."
2. The Club: Or, A Grey Cap for a Green Head. Containing Maxims, Advice by James Puckle, Austin Dobson (1900)
"... thinkingness requisite to prudence, and gallantry of spirit. 763. To laugh first, much, loud, at serious matters, or at what you say your self, ..."
3. The Works by John Howe, Edmund Calamy (1835)
"... its thinkingness, its power to think ; which now soon it doth eiert, and put forth its power into act, we do not know : but, to be sure, as soon as its ..."
4. The Chhándogya Upanishad of the Sáma Veda: With Extracts from the Commentary by Rājendralāla Mitra, Śaṅkarācārya (1862)
"Sankara defines it as " the nature of thinkingness, that which has the knowledge of the present time, and which has the power of knowing the use of the past ..."
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