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From which part of your brain does question arises???

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Asked by common sense, 28 Jul '12 01:02 pm
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From the inquisitive part
Answered by clifton dsouza, 28 Jul '12 01:22 pm

 
  
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I dont have brain yar.....what to do now?
Answered by harpreet, 28 Jul '12 01:08 pm

 
  
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First of...there are several levels of thoughts/thinking...most people only recognise the lower one which is basicaly a reactional associative function...which is based on the "data" that is stored in our memory. so in this lower, reactionary, level would it be conclusive to say that thought arises from the sensory perception?& what about the "higher" levels?How would one access these levels...What is the nature of thought at these levels?If we were to surmise that ordinary (reactionary) thought arises from sensation than could it also be said that it has a beginning? & if a beginning than &ending?What is between the beginning and ending of each thought?Do the higher levels of thought have beginnings or endings?well you have here a list of GOOD questions.
some say that the questions are always (or mostly) good...the problem is with the "answers" :)

first hing that i'll say is that i think we might need some definition of what we call 'thought', what are the qualities of a "thing" ...more
Answered by Gabbar Singh, 28 Jul '12 01:05 pm

 
  
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Frontal lobe near medula :)
Answered by conviction, 25 Jun '13 07:39 pm

 
  
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Proabably unused part .
Answered by Vilas Deshpande, 28 Nov '12 10:59 am

 
  
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Not clear
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Answered by anil garg, 06 Aug '12 01:49 am

 
  
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Frontal lobe near medula :)..more

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