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- n. The way in which a person tends to think based on experience, beliefs, learning and reason.
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This is a favourite mode of thought – leading not to inquire what is the uniform cause of these general "whitlows," but to stifle all inquiry.
Webb’s study, and Culver’s, and Vuilleumier’s, and Janzen’s, served as quiet indicators that the new mode of thought was taking hold.
He entered fully into the mode of thought of the child-mind, and, speaking quietly but with great dramatic power from
No mode of thought was more alien to early Christianity than what we call deism.