Can you coherently consistently imagine a universe where laws of thoughts are false?

If by "laws of thoughts" you mean laws of logic, then no.

No coherent (that is, self-consistent) situation can violate any law of logic. Even philosophers, such as Graham Priest, who claim to be able to imagine situations that violate the law of non-contradiction concede that those situations are not self-consistent.

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