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PUTTING IT ALL TOGETHER

An explanation of the combination of the elements of category, action patterns, and reasoning phases can be approached in a number of ways. The most comprehensible of these may be to begin with the phases of reasoning and demonstrate the consequences that occur when each of the action patterns act upon the categories during each phase. The following table demonstrates an example of these relationships for the qualifying phases of a reasoning process:

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