Levels of Thought


A level of thought is a super-grouping of lines of thought into a rubric contained within the conscious, subconscious, preconscious or unconscious. It guides the focus of attention when necessary. It is also useful for allowing the attention to delegate the analysis of data to different levels of conscious (unconscious, conscious, subconscious, preconscious).
Another application of levels of thought is concurrent thinking. Levels of thought allow an individual to do and to consider two rubrics of data at the same time.


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