Analytic Thinking vs. Holistic Thinking


Analytic thinking

is a cognitive style that is characterized by logical reasoning and involves understanding a system by thinking about its parts and how they work together to produce larger-scale effects. Analytic thinkers believe that events are the products of individuals and their attributes. They have a narrow focus on objects in the foreground and tend to disentangle phenomena from the contexts in which they are embedded.  >>>

Example: Learning SWOT Questions

Holistic thinking

is characterized by dialectical reasoning and involves understanding a system by sensing its large-scale patterns and reacting to them. Holistic thinkers believe that events are the products of external forces and situations. They tend to give broad attention to context, relationships, and background elements in visual scenes.  >>>

Example: The Tree of Business Success




Innompic Games is a civilisational breakthrough that will create a great positive global impact for centuries ahead and turn the Earth to the Planet of Loving Creators.

To achieve this immense lasting impact, we build IG holistically, synergizing IG's 6Ws and harmonizing the 5 Basic Elements of the Universe.







Cultural Differences

Researchers observed different patterns of  perceiving and thinking
in different societies

tend to think more analytically

East Asians
tend to think more holistically


Perceptions vs Holistic View: Elephant perceived by six blind men

Perceptual Positions




Vadim Kotelnikov advice quotes

If you look at something from one point of view only, you can see very little of it. Adopt an open-minded attitude. >>>

Vadim Kotelnikov