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What are the differences between crime and thought?

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Societies define crime as the breach of one or more rules or laws for which some governing authority via mechanisms such as "police power" may ultimately prescribe a conviction.

Thought and thinking are mental forms and processes, respectively ("thought" is both). Thinking allows beings to model the world and to deal with it according to their objectives, plans, ends and desires.

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Isn't 'thought crime' becoming more prevalent in so called democratic societies?

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