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free thought

thought unrestrained by deference to authority, tradition, or established belief, especially in matters of religion.
Origin of free thought
1705-15 Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • Huge oppressive government fighting their people every day to prohibit free thought, free speech, and human rights.
  • The world is mind precipitated, and the volatile essence is forever escaping again into the state of free thought.
  • The point of the trial was to protect free thought and healthy inquiry.
  • They argue that the patent is invalid because it restricts free speech and free thought.
  • They are half-machine and their are incapable of free thought.
  • With brutal consistency, it stifles free thought and crushes new ideas.
  • Every avenue of information or free thought feels the heavy hand of authoritarianism.
  • Universities are incubators of ideas and havens for free speech and free thought.
British Dictionary definitions for free thought

free thought

thought unrestrained and uninfluenced by dogma or authority, esp in religious matters
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