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Tim Bayneis Professor of Philosophy at the University of Manchester and has also taught at the University of Canterbury, Macquarie University, and the University of Oxford. His main interests are in the philosophy of psychology, with a particular focus on consciousness.
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Thinking is a quintessential human activity. Capacity to think is considered such a prominent human trait that the very name of our species – Homo sapiens – means "thinking man." Thinking comes so naturally to us that most of us rarely reflect on the fact that it's a very complex activity. In fact, it's very hard to properly define what thought really is.    This very short introduction aims to give the reader a better understanding of what thought and thinking are all about. …
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