prelogical thinking

(redirected from archaic-paralogical thinking)

pre·log·i·cal think·'ing

the product of primary process thinking. See: prelogical mind.

pre·log·i·cal think·ing

(prē-loj'ik-ăl thingk'ing)
A concrete type of thinking, characteristic of children and primitives, to which schizophrenic people sometimes regress.