A framework for structuring thought is also a framework for asking good questions
Good questions are more important than answers. From good questions arise good answers. And a framework for thinking helps to develop and come up with new questions. Take this note-taking system for example: I must structure my thought around densely interconnected notes and through this new questions emerge at the intersections.
The goal of my Δ Psychocivic framework for thought was to design a new way to think about the design and architecture of cities through a psychological perspective, and in designing a framework for thinking about the psychology of cities, it has also become a framework for asking pertinent questions.