"...in a process of reflection in which hopes, goals, and desires are transformed."
"At its most simple, it..."
"At its most complicated, it..."
I think the last two ARE prepositional phrases because "at" is a preposition and then "its most simple/complicated" is a nominal phrase. Is this correct?
But then for the first one, I am unsure if the last bolded part at the end of the sentence is a prepositional phrase because although the preposition "in" is followed by nouns, it ends in a verb phrase...
^ (I know that "in a process" and "of reflection" are prepositional phrases though)
(Please note that this is for a school exercise, so I can't just re-write it)