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Concrete Thinking

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Existence is concrete discerned bodily, thinking considers existents, and so concrete thinking is primal, at the base of logical thinking. Still, concrete actuality is reasonable beyond logical analysis. So, concrete thinking is “illogical” bodily reasonable. Thus this essay explores 1) concrete thinking various and 2) concrete thinking concretely. All this concrete thinking culminates in kids’ joys alive.

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Wu, K. (2015) Concrete Thinking. Open Journal of Philosophy, 5, 73-86. doi: 10.4236/ojpp.2015.51009.

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