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Georgiy Veter 易凯风

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2019.09.02 16:49

哈喽!

Is there in Chinese such word as "mind"? It's like the center

, the point, from which you observe your thoughts. In Russian and English there are words "brain" and "мозг", which refer to a physical organ. And they're words "mind" and "ум", which don't refer to physical organ, and refer to the subjective centre, from which you percieve thoughts. Also, "mind" and "ум" don't refer to emotions, feelings and perception, only to thoughts. So, is there such word in Chinese? I can't find in dictionaries.

The next question. The activity of the mind is called "thinking". In Chinese, I suppose, it's 思维, right? There are 3 types of thinking: imaginative, logical and abstract. In Chinese these are 形象思维,逻辑思维,抽象思维, right? The process of thinking is 思维过程, right? The ability to think is 思维能力, right?

During the process of imaginative thinking, logical thinking and abstract thinking "thoughts" appear. A "thought" in Chinese is 念头, right?
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  • Eija 2019.09.02 16:55

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    Yes 😪
  • Georgiy Veter 易凯风 2019.09.02 16:57

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    @Eija what about mind? I can't find. 头脑 doesn't suit, it's an organ
  • Eija 2019.09.02 16:59

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    @Georgiy Veter 易凯风 思维,想法depends on the situation 🌚🌝
  • Georgiy Veter 易凯风 2019.09.02 17:02

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    @Eija I'm not sure, but 思维 seems to percieve as ability, as process, and not as the center for awaring thoughts. The same is for 想法, it looks like the way of thinking, mentality, and again not as the center of awaring thoughts😳

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