This chapter presents an account of sequential thinking. Sequential thought emerges prior to linear and systematic thought. It is distinguished by its shifting focus, its dependence on appearances, and its relative lack of clear causal or categorical considerations. The discussions cover the mode of reasoning and the general structure of thought; social reasoning; political reasoning; and the nature of evaluation.
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