Gustavo, I apologize for that.
Here is the sentence I want to ask about.
From Reasons of One's Own
On the contrary, many of the thoughts that I have ones that I do not endorse, although I am perfectly aware that they are my own.
I don't clearly understand when I should ones, not the ones and is it OK to use <those> or <the ones> instead of <ones> here?
Actually, <those> or <the ones> here seem OK to me.
Could you tell me how to distinguish between <ones> and <the ones>?