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Chapter 6. The Parts of Thinking > An Everyday Example: Jack and Jill

An Everyday Example: Jack and Jill

Let's now look at, and then analyze, a disagreement that might arise in everyday life—in this case, between lovers who come to different conclusions about a situation they both experienced.

Suppose Jack and Jill, who are in a romantic relationship, go to a party, during which Jack spends most of the evening talking with Susan. On their way back, Jack, sensing that Jill is upset, asks, “What's wrong?”


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