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Using the flower example, thinking involves some reflection or analysis of the object. For example, we may ask, “Who made this flower arrangement?” or “I don’t like this type of flower,” or “I remember my mother liked white flowers,”  and so on. It is beyond just knowing the flower in the sense that it reflects upon, analyzes, ruminates, etc., about the object that the senses know automatically.

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