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A '''cached thought''' is an answer that was arrived at by recalling the old conclusion, rather than performing the reasoning from scratch.
 
A '''cached thought''' is an answer that was arrived at by recalling the old conclusion, rather than performing the reasoning from scratch.
  
What is generally called [[common sense]] is more or less a collection of cached thoughts. See ''What is Called Thinking'' by [[wikipedia:Martin Heidegger|Martin Heidegger]].  
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What is generally called [[common sense]] is more or less a collection of cached thoughts.
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See the discussion of the [[unthought]] frontier in ''What is Called Thinking'' by [[wikipedia:Martin Heidegger|Martin Heidegger]].  
  
 
==See also==
 
==See also==

Revision as of 00:40, 19 July 2009

A cached thought is an answer that was arrived at by recalling the old conclusion, rather than performing the reasoning from scratch.

What is generally called common sense is more or less a collection of cached thoughts.

See the discussion of the unthought frontier in What is Called Thinking by Martin Heidegger.

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