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'''Mens''' est sentiendi et cogitandi apud hominem facultas, qua res etiam ab omni materia abstractas percipinus et contemplamur. Quae vis animi nascitur ex [[perceptio]]num [[memoria]]rum [[emotio|permotio]]num [[cogitatio]]num [[imaginatio]]num coniunctione, quam [[intellegentia]] et [[liberum arbitrium|libero arbitrio]] disponimus. Sunt qui mentem velut agmen aut flumen insequentium cogitationum esse putent.
'''Mens''' est aspectus [[intellegentia]]e et [[perceptio|sensus]] qui se ostendunt<!--en: is unclear--> ut coniunctiones [[cogitatio|cogitatorum]], [[perceptio]]num, [[memoria]]rum, "[[emotio]]num," [[voluntas libera|voluntatis liberae]] seu [[liberum arbitrium|liberi arbitrii]], [[cogitatio]]num et [[imaginatio]]num, quae omnes [[cerebrum|cerebri]] rationes, consciae et non consciae, comprehendunt. Verbum ''mentis'' saepe adhibetur ut acta cogitatorum [[ratio]]nis dicat. Intus, mens se ut [[flumen sensus]] ostendit.
 
Sunt multae theoriae mentis et eius effectionis. Prima de mente hodie nota opera sunt a [[Zarathustra]], [[Gautama Buddha|Buddha]], [[Plato]]ne, [[Aristoteles|Aristotele]], [[Adi ShankaraSankara]], et aliis antiquis [[philosophia Graeca antiqua|philosophis Graecis]], [[philosophia Indica|Indis]], [[philosophia Buddhistica|Buddhisticis]] et [[philosophia Islamica|Islamicis]] scripta. Theoriae mentis de [[theologia]] deductae vehementius dicuntproferunt coniunctionem inter mentem et [[anima]]m, res caelestes, [[divinitas|divinitatem]], vel "[[essentia]]s" a [[deus|deis]] homini datas. Theoriae hodiernae, de scientifica [[cerebrum|cerebri]] intellegentia deductae, ponunt mentem esse opus cerebri, cui sunt aspectus conscii et non conscii.<!--
 
The question of which attributes make up the mind is also much debated. Some argue that only the "higher" intellectual functions constitute mind: particularly [[reason]] and [[memory]]. In this view the emotions - [[love]], [[hate]], [[fear]], [[joy]] - are more "primitive" or subjective in nature and should be seen as different from the mind. Others argue that the rational and the emotional sides of the human person cannot be separated, that they are of the same nature and origin, and that they should all be considered as part of the individual mind.-->
 
[[Vocabulum]] ''mens'' in solito hominum usu saepe est [[synonymum]] notionis ''cogitati.''<!--It is that private conversation with ourselves that we carry on "inside our heads." Thus we "make up our minds," "change our minds" or are "of two minds" about something. One of the key attributes of the mind in this sense is that it is a private sphere to which no one but the owner has access. No-one else can "know our mind." They can only interpret what we consciously or unconsciously communicate. -->
 
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*[[Darwinismus neuralis]]
*[[Egregorus]]
*[[Energia mentis]]
*[[Epistemologia]]
*[[Imaginatio]]
*[[Intellegentia]]
*[[Intuitio]]
*[[Mens sana in corpore sano]]
*[[Opinio]]
*[[Opinabilis experientiae natura]]<!-- =en:Subjective character of experience]]-->
*[[Perceptio]]
*[[Philosophia mentis]]
*[[Qualia]]
*[[Realitas]]
*[[Scientia cognitiva]]
*[[Skandha]]
*[[Status mentis]]
*[[Theoria mentis]]<!-- +ex en: *[[Mind at Large]]-->
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* "[http://www.nationalgeographic.com/ngm/0503/feature1 The Mind is What the Brain Does]" - Commentarius ''National Geographic''
* [[C. D. Broad]], ''[http://www.ditext.com/broad/mpn/mpn.html The Mind and Its Place in Nature]'', 1925.
* [http://www.accesstoinsight.org/lib/authors/mendis/wheel322.html Abhidhamma: Buddhist Perspective of the Mind and the Mental Functions]
* [http://www.aboutreincarnation.org/mind.php Buddhist View of the Mind]
* [http://www.sciencedaily.com/news/mind_brain/ Current Scientific Research on the Mind and Brain] From [http://www.sciencedaily.com/ ScienceDaily]
* [http://consc.net/papers/extended.html The Extended Mind] by Andy Clark & David J. Chalmers
* [http://www.beyondthemind.net/mindandbrain.html The Mind and the Brain] A site exploring [[J. Krishnamurti]]'s view of the Mind.
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