A Cognitive Schematic is an implication of the form
Context & Action ⟹ Goal
Chaining Cognitive Schematics may allow to achieve a form of planning by reasoning, where contexts and goals may typically form a chain of subgoals. For instance the following
InitialContext & A1 ⟹ SubGoal1 SubGoal1 & A2 ⟹ SubGoal2 SubGoal2 & A3 ⟹ FinalGoal
would suggest that one possible way to achieve FinalGoal is to chain actions A1 to A3, provided that InitialContext is true.
ImplicationLink <TV> AndLink Context Action Goal
In a temporal environment one may need to use PredictiveImplicationLink to capture the delay between actions and effects, such
PredictiveImplicationLink <TV> AndLink Context Action Goal
Other ways are possible as well. Managing uncertainty becomes possible by considering the <TV> associated to the implications.
Also, one would typically need to wrap the action in a predicate indicating the willful capacity to trigger the action independently of its actually probability of being triggered (and without triggering it), such as
PredictiveImplicationLink <TV> AndLink Context do(Action) Goal
as in Judea Pearl's Do-Calculus. Maybe introducing a DoLink would make sense.