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7:05 AM
I am trying to express exactly the difference between the concepts of https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gedanke and https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Denken
It sounds to me like they are the same concept and thus could be the topic of a single Wikipedia article, but I guess there is a conceptual difference I have not understood?
(I would post a question but it would probably be considered off-topic)
 
 
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8:30 AM
@NicolasRaoul I personally would not think this is off topic but people may have a different view on this but this is somewhat inconsistent. I'd say try it out, do post a q on the site, and see what happens. To give you a quick answer: a thought (Gedanke) is the result of thinking (Denken).
If you ask tell people what your dictionary said, and don't tag it ;)
 
 
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