What Is Holistic Thinking?


Holistic thinking involves perceiving a system through sensing its large-scale patterns and reacting to them. Holistic thinking is mostly applied in social situations which need sensitivity, intuition and tact. In the context of computers, holistic thinking individuals can be likened to a parallel processor.
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Holistic thinking is a way of thinking that identifies actions and attitudes which leads towards a broader, more selfless way of thinking.
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