The Three Stages of Cognitive Development in our Subconscious Intellectual Discernment is a long name for a proposal, however the title covers the specific materials of my enquiry in the field of psychology and philosophy. The workings of our brains are often not self-aware to the person thinking. In other words, thinking about our perceiving cognitive processes that form our perception is often not conscious to the person. In this research you will learn how as humans, our minds process information in varying states of understanding, some more advanced than others but none of which are bad.
These different states is a conundrum in the lived experience of our lives. More often than not, we misunderstand our cognitive state and take it upon ourselves of these discrepancies against our pre- conceived notions. The issue at hand brings to light the subconscious understanding that outlines the natural track of human thinking. This through segmenting the development into three (or arguably four based on William Perry’s theory) stages. When described, this framework acts as a understanding of thought would help people come to terms with their internal struggles in many aspects of their life.