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Levels of Logic in a Problem

  • John P. van Gigch
Part of the Contemporary Systems Thinking book series (CST)

Abstract

Chapters 3, 4 & 5 are devoted to illustrate the process of PROBLEM DEFINITION AND FORMULATION
  • Chapter 3 -- LEVELS OF LOGIC IN A PROBLEM--covers the process of inquiry to examine how the meaning and significance of PROBLEMS change with logic level and how decisions become metadecisions

  • CHAPTER 4--COGNITIVE FUNCTIONS. A HIERARCHY FOR KNOWLEDGE AND MEANING ACQUISITION--describes how decision makers use cognitive functions to enhance the understanding and meaning of problems they confront

  • Chapter 5 -- THE USE OF COGNITIVE FUNCTIONS TO DEFINE AND FORMULATE A PROBLEM--covers the process of inquiry to examine how the meaning and significance of PROBLEMS change with the application of various cognitive functions. This process is illustrated with sample cases

Keywords

Consumer Price Index Homeland Security Logic Level Federal Aviation Administration Digital Piracy 
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© Springer Science+Business Media New York 2003

Authors and Affiliations

  • John P. van Gigch
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  1. 1.California State UniversityUSA

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