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The Art Of Thought

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A lot of people need processes to do even the most creative of things. So I have taken the content from Wallas's book 'The Art of Thought' given it a little bit of context and made it look pretty

A lot of people need processes to do even the most creative of things. So I have taken the content from Wallas's book 'The Art of Thought' given it a little bit of context and made it look pretty

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  • 1. The art of thought Source: ‘ The Art of Thought’ Wallas 1926
  • 2. Prepare to put together or make by combining various elements or ingredients; manufacture or compound Source: ‘ The Art of Thought’ Wallas 1926 & dictionary.com
  • 3. Incubate to develop; grow; take form: A plan was slowly incubating in her mind.. Source: ‘ The Art of Thought’ Wallas 1926 & dictionary.com
  • 4. Illuminate to enlighten, as with knowledge. Source: ‘ The Art of Thought’ Wallas 1926 & dictionary.com
  • 5. Verify to enlighten, as with knowledge . Source: ‘ The Art of Thought’ Wallas 1926 & dictionary.com

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