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    Thumbs down aberration

    Hi,

    is it corrrect to say that aberration is a sudden unusual manner of thinking?


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    Re: aberration

    yes, aberration also means "a temporary departure from somebody’s normal mental state"


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    Re: aberration

    Thank you


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    Re: aberration

    you're welcome.

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    #5

    Re: aberration

    Quote Originally Posted by ieasy View Post
    Hi,

    is it corrrect to say that aberration is a sudden unusual manner of thinking?
    "Aberration" refers to more than just thinking. Any deviation from the normal or the expected is an aberration.

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