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Posted By: Max HigleyHaving seen the clarifications, try this on for size as a local definition:To which Mendel replied:
"Task resolution" is about external stuff.
"Conflict resolution" is about internal stuff.
Do I successfully climb the fence? External -- resolves physical action.
("Do I get what I want?" is implied, but not explicit.)
I want to climb the fence, but someone else wants to stop me. Who gets what they want? Internal -- resolves conflicting desires.
("Do I succeed?" is implied, but secondary.)
Posted By: wyrmwoodMax, I don't think that works too well. After all, the conflict you mentioned doesn't resolve the conflicting desires, only the outcome of a conflict of desires....which turned on a light bulb for me. There's a situation I've seen come up before that hinges on exactly that fact. It goes something like this: