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New Thought

New Thought, school of religious and philosophical thought originated in the mid-19th century United States and emphasizing the power of the mind to solve problems and heal the body. New Thought was developed mainly by Phineas Quimby (1802–66), who was influenced by New England transcendentalists such as Ralph Waldo Emerson. It influenced the later Christian Science movement, begun by Mary Baker Eddy.

See also: Bible.

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