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At ThoughtCo, we believe that learning is a never-ending process, and that great inspiration begins with a question.

Whether yours is about science, history, math, or religion, our in-depth articles give you the answers and information you need to be smart, informed and confident. So whether you are asking for a class, that next conversation, or just because you want to know, ThoughtCo can help.

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    Learning about history, literature, languages, culture, and religion helps us understand what makes us human. These resources invite you to ask important questions, think creatively, and broaden your perspective.
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    Have fun and discover your next passion with these step-by-step tutorials, artist profiles, and best-of lists on topics ranging from sports and hobbies to music and dance.

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    Get the information you need to make informed decisions at every step of your educational journey. Whether you’re applying to college or teaching a class, these resources offer frank, practical advice.
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