Since senses are themselves thoughts which are processed by the brain, this definition cannot cover thoughts. Also, one could argue that having a thought is the same as sensing a thought.Originally Posted by thefreedictionary
Not really relevant bearing in mind the above rebuttal, but humans have been recognized as possessing much more than just those 5 senses for many years.Exactly which one of those do thoughts fall under?
I already rebutted your point that thoughts and ideas are the same. If you made a point regarding this which was missed, please indicate it using the post #.Also, I made the point about thoughts and ideas and their link.
Knowledge and thoughts are not the same thing. There are no laws governing thoughts. The knowledge which results from thoughts is a different thing altogether, and can be tracked sufficiently for it to have laws associated with it. The thought cannot.Knowledge is a kind of thought. Or "intellectual property". Which we do have laws governing.
You have not sufficiently supported that thoughts should be considered to be intangible and included in the OP.That it is included in the real of intangible, is the support.