Apologies if this is original, it may or may not already exist (I've no idea), but it may also be a restatement of an ontology like Meinong's jungle. It contemplates a conception of concentric spheres of mental activity. While it immediately sounds like some form of idealism, note it may readily apply to the mental side of Dualism and so too a psychological aspect within Materialism. Here are the domains (note their order of preeminence may be adjusted to suite the philosophic paradigms above):
Creative: This domain brings new things into the world. It has some alignment with Kant's a priori, but note: not synthetic. From Meinong's ontology it's closest association is with "Absistence"(Gegebenheit), but not square-circles(etc.) since those are syncretic. As it relates to conscious thinking: we don't very much here, it is the "zone", we do rather than think.
Reflective/Theoretical: This is the "real" thinking place, we are aware of awareness, it is sapience. Here we contemplate experience, synthesize, organize, name things real or abstract, (someone even made a square-circle). It is Meinong's "Subsistence"(Bestand) but also a bit of "Absistence" and, some say, it also "Exist". It takes input from both Creative and Concrete, thus it is most of all Kant's a posteriori.
Empiric/Concrete: This is what we find and leave behind, that which persist. Meinong's "Existence". For Kant it is what comes before the posterior... We do think here but not with self-awareness, this is mostly sentience.
Question: Is there an ontology resembling the above?