thought = thought
We can now say that logic or algorithms can be applied to some things (or to all things!) which aren't themselves logical or algorithmic.
“must depend almost entirely on intuition and hardly at all on analysis and comparison of alternatives”.
Basically, some people argue that these Gödelian things can't be programmed into a computer.
Horgan, John. (1996) The End of Science
Rey, George. (1986) 'A Question about Consciousness'
Turing, Alan. (1939) 'Systems of logic defined by ordinals'
-- (1950) 'Computing Machinery and Intelligence', Mind LIX:433-460.