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The goal of Piaget's stages of cognitive development iscognitive equilibrium, the ability to develop a cognitive structure that adequately interprets and predicts observations.  Ultimately, the goal of Piaget's cognitive structures was Formal Operations, which is the ability to mentally perceive all possible solutions or consequences given a certain combinations of starting points.