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Defining the term overinclusive thinking depends on consideration of a thinking episode.

Thinking Episode

Questions of thinking may start out with the consideration of an episode of thinking (or an episode of thought), and one can ask the question regarding what is considered within that thinking episode, what is excluded from that thinking episode, what cannot be included in a thinking episode, and what cannot be excluded from a thinking episode.

When an individual is presented a choice between two options A and B and asked to choose between the options, it is key to recognize that some thinkers may well ask themselves the basic question of why one of the alternatives was selected as label A and presented first and the other was selected as B ...

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