late Middle English: probably from a Middle Low German or Middle Dutch word meaning ‘strong, stout’.
Deconstruct information into smaller categories in order to draw conclusions.
An aim-oriented flow of ideas and associations that lead to a reality-oriented conclusion.
Arrange in a particular order.
A process of thought following known progressions where a response to a step must be elicited before another step is taken.
The abstract science of number, quantity, and space.
Something that exists. A reality or truth. Something that is known to exist or to have happened:
A science that deals with the principles and criteria of validity of inference and demonstration.
late Middle English: from Latin, ‘attendant spirit present from one's birth, innate ability or inclination’
The capability to recognize emotions, discern between feelings, and label them appropriately.
Generating mental imagery in order to maintain, inspect, or transform those images, and their associated emotions or feelings.
The faculty of forming new ideas, images, or concepts not present to the senses.
The ability to understand something immediately, without the need for conscious reasoning.
A particular type of pattern formed by a strong, regular, repeated movement or sound. A person's natural feeling.
Recognizing the interconnectedness of various elements that form larger systems, patterns and objects.
The expression or application of human creative skill and imagination producing works to be appreciated for their beauty or emotional power.