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Cataegories from Roget's Thesaurus

I. INTELLECTUAL FACULTIES AND PROCESSES
A. Faculties - Intellect, Intelligence, Wisdom, Wise Man, Unintelligence, Foolishness, Fool, Sanity, Insanity, Mania, Eccentricity
B. Comprehension - Knowledge, Intellectual, Ignorance
C. Functions of the Mind - Thought, Idea, Absence of Thought, Intuition
D. Reasoning Processes - Reasoning, Sophistry
E. Consideration - Inquiry - Answer, Solution, Discovery
F. Assessment - Experiment, Measurement, Comparison, Discrimination, Indiscrimination
G. Conclusion - Judgment, Prejudgment, Misjudgment, Overestimation, Underestimation
H. Theory - Theory, Supposition, Philosophy
I. Belief - Belief, Credulity, Unbelief, Incredulity
J. Grounds for Belief - Evidence, Proof, Disproof
K. Qualifications - Qualification, No Qualifications, Possibility, Impossibility, Probability, Improbability, Certainty, Uncertainty, Gamble
L. Conformity to Fact - Truth, Maxim, Error, Illusion, Disillusionment
M. Acceptance - Assent, Dissent, Affirmation, Negation, Denial

II. STATES OF MIND
A. Mental Attitudes - Mental Attitudes, Broad-mindedness, Narrow-mindedness, Curiosity, Incuriosity, Attention, Inattention, Distraction, Confusion, Carefulness, Neglect
B. Creative Thought - Imagination, Unimaginativeness
C. Recollection - Memory, Forgetfulness
D. Anticipation - Expectation, Inexpectation, Disappointment, Foresight, Prediction, Presentiment

III. COMMUNICATION OF IDEAS
A. Nature of Ideas Communicated - Meaning, Latent Meaningfulness, Meaninglessness, Intelligibility, Unintelligibility, Ambiguity, Figure of Speech, Interpretation, Misinterpretation
B. Modes of Communication - Communication, Manifestation, Disclosure, Information, News, Publication, Communications, Messenger
C. Education - Teaching, Misteaching, Learning, Teacher, Student, School
D. Indication - Indication, Insignia, Record, Recorder
E. Representation - Representation, Misrepresentation
F. Arts of Design - Art, Sculpture, Ceramics, Photography, Graphic Arts, Artist
G. Language - Language, Letter, Word, Nomenclature, Anonymity, Phrase
H. Grammar - Grammar, Ungrammaticalness
I. Style; Mode of Expression - Diction, Elegance, Inelegance, Plain Speech, Conciseness, Diffuseness
J. Spoken Language - Speech, Imperfect Speech, Talkativeness, Conversation, Soliloquy, Public Speaking, Eloquence, Grandiloquence
K. Written Language - Writing, Printing, Correspondence, Book, Periodical, Treatise, Abridgment
L. Linguistic Representation - Description, Poetry, Prose, Show Business, Entertainer
M. Uncommunicativeness; Secrecy - Uncommunicativeness, Secrecy, Concealment
N. Falsehood - Falseness, Exaggeration, Deception, Deceiver, Dupe

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