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mind

n. [one’s] head. Quiet or I’ll clout your mind!
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The intermental mind not only contains representations of other minds, it fuses them together, so that a unitary mind emerges out of a plurality of connected minds.
The mind is focused on the dandien (the dandien is about one inch below the belly button and about sevententh's of the way towards the spine) and stays there through out the exercise.
The All Kinds of Minds Institute is committed to rigorous, high-quality research.
The solution to this harmful separation between the mind and the music, then, is to continue to think the music as we play, it.
In Humboldt's Gift, the idea that a woman might join in the life of the mind is dismissed again.
His specialty is ``basic braining,'' and his mind serves as a kind of tutorial.
In Mind: A Brief Introduction, Searle provides an iconoclastic overview of the philosophy of mind, arguing for a position that accepts that the mind is materially based without dismissing or downplaying mental phenomena.
Parker continued, "Yesterday afternoon, for example, I Mind Mapped two One Page Newsletter issues with MindManager's XP-5.
What is striking about The Conservative Mind, however, is how little these pivotal issues of the period figure in Kirk's "essay in definition.
What remains after the unraveling of mind, language, and knowledge in Alzheimer's was there in the beginning.
Spock of Star Trek used the "Vulcan mind meld" to gain access to others' thoughts.
Once the mind stops, human consciousness can watch and recognize itself.
Owen has been a Best Mind observer for 20 years in the great stakeout for the big think vision.
All regional definitions, of course, are somewhat arbitrary, but Gjerde's designation of Upper Middle West belies the analytical weakness of the concept of the Puritan mind.
Berkeley was, for all his woolgathering, never asleep at the switch" [43-44]); in his reference to the "playful verse attributed to Bishop Berkeley" in "Alethia" (100); and to Berkeley the philosopher in "China" ("the body as it must be in the mind of God" [84]).