adj. Rearranging of prejudices.
Anyone who has begun to think places some portion of the world in jeopardy.
— John Dewey
Aristotle believed that the brain existed merely to cool blood and was not involved in with thinking, which has proven true for certain persons, mainly politicians.
— Derived from Will Cuppy
A bookstore is one of the only pieces of evidence we have that people are still thinking.
— Jerry Seinfeld
I work in a think tank in which I am free to say what they pay me to say.
— Sok Sombong
Ours is the age that is proud of machines that think and suspicious of men who try to.
— H. Mumford Jones
It is not a bad idea to get in the habit of writing down one's thoughts. It saves one having to bother anyone else with them.
— Isabel Colegate
If two men agree on everything, you may be sure that one of them is doing the thinking.
— Lyndon B. Johnson
There is no expedient to which a man will not go to avoid the labor of thinking.
— Thomas Edison
Men and women both think like spaghetti. Men’s mental spaghetti is uncooked and runs in straight lines. Women’s is well boiled and point in every direction simultaneously.
— Ralph Seifert