Levels of Logic in a Problem
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
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