Logic

#39550 Logic

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#39551 Logic

All men are mortal. Socrates was mortal. Therefore, all men are Socrates. .

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#39552 Logic

Logic: The art of thinking and reasoning in strict accordance with the limitations and incapacities of the human misunderstanding. .

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#39553 Logic

No, no, you're not thinking; you're just being logical. .

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#39554 Logic

If the world were a logical place, men would ride side saddle. .

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#39555 Logic

Logic is a large drawer, containing some useful instruments, and many more that are superfluous. A wise man will look into it for two purposes, to avail himself of those instruments that are really useful, and to admire the ingenuity with which those that are not so, are assorted and arranged. .

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#39556 Logic

"Contrariwise," continued Tweedledee, "if it was so, it might be; and if it were so, it would be; but as it isn't, it ain't. That's logic." .

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#39557 Logic

You can only find truth with logic if you have already found truth without it. .

Logic Quotes about truth
#39559 Logic

The real trouble with this world of ours is not that it is an unreasonable world, nor even that it is a reasonable one. The commonest kind of trouble is that it is nearly reasonable, but not quite. Life is not an illogicality; yet it is a trap for logicians. It looks just a little more mathematical and regular than it is; its exactitude is obvious, but its inexactitude is hidden; its wildness lies in wait. .

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#39560 Logic

The morbid logician seeks to make everything lucid, and succeeds in making everything mysterious. .

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#39561 Logic

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#39562 Logic

These, briefly, are the key elements of the stereotype: logic cripples and constrains; it forces one into narrow and mechanical modes of thought that cut one off from a vast range of superior thoughts, feelings and perceptions; logic is an enemy of wit and humor ( face was always an impassive mask); logic makes us dull and pedantic (Mr. Spock always spoke in a monotone); logic presupposes a simple-minded, black-and-white, yes-no conception of the world. ... Logic misses the point of half the things we ordinarily say and cannot match the insight of the humblest person's common sense. .

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#39563 Logic

From a drop of , a logician could infer the possibility of an Atlantic or a Niagara without having seen or heard of one or the other. .

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#39565 Logic

Logic is usually understood nowadays as a study of certain formal systems, though in former times there were philosophers who held that the subject matter of logic was the formal rules of human thought. .

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#39566 Logic

The want of logic annoys. Too much logic bores. Life eludes logic, and everything that logic alone constructs remains artificial and forced. .

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#39567 Logic

To find themselves utterly alone at night where company is desirable and expected makes some people fearful; but a case more trying by far to the nerves is to discover some mysterious companionship when intuition, sensation, memory, analogy, testimony, probability, induction — every kind of evidence in the logician's list — have united to persuade consciousness that it is quite in isolation. .

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#39568 Logic

To understand this for sense it is not required that a man should be a geometrician or a logician, but that he should be mad. .

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#39569 Logic

Logic is logic. That's all I say. .

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#39570 Logic

Logic is one thing and commonsense another. .

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#39571 Logic

I have expos'd myself to the enmity of all metaphysicians, logicians, mathematicians, and even theologians; and can I wonder at the insults I must suffer? -(1739-40) .

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#39572 Logic

I have expos'd myself to the enmity of all metaphysicians, logicians, mathematicians, and even theologians; and can I wonder at the insults I must suffer? .

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#39573 Logic

Logician: A cat has four paws.Old Gentleman: My dog had four paws.Logician: Then it's a cat.Old Gentleman: So my dog is a cat?Logician: And the contrary is also true. .

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#39574 Logic

Logic hasn't wholly dispelled the society of witches and prophets and sorcerers and soothsayers. .

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#39575 Logic

Logic is neither anor an art, but a dodge. .

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#39576 Logic

The book, as it stands, seems to me to be one of the most frightful muddles I have ever read, with scarcely a sound proposition in it beginning with page 45, and yet it remains a book of some interest, which is likely to leave its mark on the mind of the reader. It is an extraordinary example of how, starting with a mistake, a remorseless logician can end up in bedlam. .

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#39577 Logic

Metaphysics may be, after all, only the art of being sure of something that is not so, and logic only the art of going wrong with confidence. .

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#39578 Logic

Anyone who has heard () lecture in French knows that he is more performance artist than logician. His flamboyant style--using free association, rhymes and near-rhymes, puns, and maddening digressions--is not just a vain pose (though it is surely that). It reflects what he calls a self-conscious "acommunicative strategy" for combating logocentrism. .

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#39579 Logic

This[appeal to authority] is not in itself an error; it is impossible to learn much in today’s world without letting somebody else crunch the numbers and offer us explanations. And teachers are sources of necessary information. But how we choose our "authorities" and place a value on such information, is just another skill rarely taught in our education systems. It’s little wonder that to most folk, sound bites and talking heads are enough to count as experts. […] Teaching is reinforcing the appeal to authority, where anybody who seems more intelligent than you must ultimately be right. […] We educators must simply role-model . […] Educators themselves have to be prepared to show that “evidence” and “answers” are two separate things by firmly believing that, themselves. .

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#39580 Logic

The pedant and the priest have always been the most expert of logicians—and the most diligent disseminators of nonsense and worse. .

Logic Quotes about logic
#39581 Logic

Logic, like whiskey, loses its beneficial effect when taken in too large quantities. .

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#39582 Logic

Logic is a systematic method of coming to the wrong conclusion with confidence. .

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#39583 Logic

Logicians tell us that a system of ideas containing a contradiction can be used to deduce any statement whatsoever, no matter how absurd. .

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#39584 Logic

Logic and mathematics seem to be the only domains where self-evidence manages to rise above triviality; and this it does, in those domains, by a linking of self-evidence on to self-evidence in the chain reaction known as proof. .

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#39585 Logic

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#39586 Logic

Three conceptions are perpetually turning up at every point in every theory of logic, and in the most rounded systems they occur in connection with one another. They are conceptions so very broad and consequently indefinite that they are hard to seize and may be easily overlooked. I call them the conceptions of First, Second, Third. First is the conception of being or existing independent of anything else. Second is the conception of being relative to, the conception of reaction with, something else. Third is the conception of mediation, whereby a first and second are brought into relation. .

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#39587 Logic

Logical analysis applied to mental phenomenon shows that there is but one law of mind, namely that ideas tend to spread continuously and to affect certain others which stand to them in a peculiar relation of affectibility. In this spreading they lose intensity, and especially the power of affecting others, but gain generality and become welded with other ideas. .

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#39588 Logic

A certain maxim of Logic which I have calledhas recommended itself to me for diverse reasons and on sundry considerations. .

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#39589 Logic

Of course I'm inconsistent! Only logicians and cretins are ! .

Logic Quotes about logic
#39590 Logic

The question of "unreality," which confronts us at this point, is a very important one. Misled by grammar, the great majority of those logicians who have dealt with this question have dealt with it on mistaken lines. They have regarded grammatical form as a surer guide in analysis than, in fact, it is. And they have not known what differences in grammatical form are important. .

Logic Quotes about reality
#39592 Logic

The apparent world goes through developments which are the same as those the logician goes through if he starts from Pure Being and travels on to the Absolute Idea... Why the world should go through this logical evolution is not clear; one is tempted to suppose that the Absolute Idea did not quite understand itself at first, and made mistakes when it tried to embody itself in events. But this, of course, was not what Hegel would have said. .

Logic Quotes about art
#39593 Logic

Pure logic is the ruin of the spirit. .

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#39594 Logic

Conceptual graphs are system of logic based on the existential graphs ofand the semantic networks of artificial intelligence. The purpose of the system is to express meaning in a form that is logically precise, humanly readable, and computationally tractable. .

Logic Quotes about intelligence
#39595 Logic

Logic is in the eye of the logician. .

Logic Quotes about logic
#39596 Logic

— No definition of poetry is adequate unless it be poetry itself. The most accurate analysis by the rarest wisdom is yet insufficient, and the poet will instantly prove it false by setting aside its requisitions. It is indeed all that we do not know. The poet does not need to see how meadows are something else than earth, grass, and water, but how they are thus much. He does not need discover that potato blows are as beautiful as violets, as the farmer thinks, but only how good potato blows are. The poem is drawn out from under the feet of the poet, his whole weight has rested on this ground. It has a logic more severe than the logician's. You might as well think to go in pursuit of the rainbow, and embrace it on the next hill, as to embrace the whole of poetry even in thought. .

Logic Quotes about wisdom
#39597 Logic

As to the most prudent logicians might venture to deduce from a skein of wool the probable existence of a sheep; so you, from the raw stuff of perception, may venture to deduce a universe which transcends the reproductive powers of your loom. .

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#39598 Logic

Roughly speaking: to say of two things that they are identical is nonsense, and to say of one thing that it is identical with itself is to say nothing. .

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#39599 Logic

[ Fuzzy logic is ] a logic whose distinguishing features are (i) fuzzy truth-values expressed in linguistic terms, e.g., true, very true, more or less true, or somewhat true, false, nor very true and not very false, etc2.; (2) imprecise truth tables; and (3) rules of inference whose validity is relative to a context rather than exact. .

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