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  • Logic And My Perception Of Reality
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    The nature of logic and perception Logic is the science of reasoning or sound reasoning. Logically the only reasoning I seem to understand is my own. This has caused me to make many wrong decisions. My judgment with people usually end up with me looking like an idiot, but I live with the logic what don't kill you is bond to make you strong. To understand what logic is first you need to be able to be able to understand the reasoning for exactly what is going one at the time. Perception is the act...
  • True Information The Conclusion
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    Everyday people employ the use of logic to help them clarify or solve problems. Logic may only provide validity or highly probable ideas, but the correct answer, if any, is left for one to decide. The science of thinking and rationalizing, logic is like a double-edge sword. When logic is utilized it may become an efficient tool, capable of discovering correct ideas and understandings. Yet, it can also become an unsolvable maze, causing more confusion than clarity. There are certain methods of lo...
  • Knight In His Use Of Logic
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    Monty Python and the Holy Grail In Monty Python and the Holy Grail, logic is used in an unfamiliar way. This logic does not deal with the nature of life, but deals with the more complex forms of logic that require the filling of blanks to make things work out. Although, for the most part certain things did not make sense, but yet they did express logic. They used environmental attributes to make sense of the complexities they had. The first application of logic found in the movie was in the firs...
  • Involves Knowledge Of The Science Of Logic
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    Logic can be defined as the subject that teaches the rules for correct and proper reasoning or in simpler terms, it can be best described as common sense. Some refer to the 'science' of logic but logic is really more than just a science. The science part "is the knowledge of the principles, laws, and methods of logic itself". (Dolhenty, J; 2002). Logic must be put into action or else the knowledge provided within the science of logic is of little use. "We can, therefore, also speak of the 'art' ...
  • Logic With Other Branches Of Knowledge
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    Truth is the object of thinking. Some truths are obvious; others are difficult to acquire. Some judgments we make are simple; some judgments are complicated. Some arguments, whether made by us or others, may be straightforward and easily understood; other arguments may be complex and consist of a series of smaller arguments, each needing to be critically examined and evaluated. Almost every object of knowledge has a branch of knowledge which studies it. Planets, stars, and galaxies are studied b...
  • Monty Python And The Holy Grail Logic
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    Monty Python and the Holy Grail Logic affects our lives everyday. We use it both subconsciously and consciously to make decisions which can be as important as our careers, or as insignificant as what to eat for lunch. Logic can also be used in other ways. Ironically, others' bad logic can result in us learning something just as much as we learn from our own bad decisions. This is shown in Monty Python's Quest for the Holy Grail. One example of this ironic use of logic is with the trial of the wi...
  • Fallacy Of Far Fetched Hypothesis
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    three logical fallacies that are used in this paper are Post Hoc Ergo Propter Hoc, Far-Fetched Hypothesis, and False Dilemma. What is a fallacy? A fallacy is viewed as an error in reasoning. To be more exact, a fallacy is an 'argument' in which the premises given for the conclusion do not provide the needed degree of support. A logical fallacy is an error in logical argument which is independent of the truth of the premises. When there is a fallacy in an argument it is said to be invalid. The pr...
  • Cards With Probability 1 3 1 3
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    Reasoning with Uncertainty Definition: - So far as the laws of mathematics are concerns they are not certain. And so far they are certain they do not refer to reality. Albert Einstein. Introduction: - We must draw useful conclusions from poorly formed and uncertain evidence using unsound inference rule. Drawing useful conclusion from incomplete and imprecise data with un sound reasoning is not an impossible task, we do it very successfully in almost every aspect of our life. We deliver correct d...
  • Descartes Use Of Logic
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    Descartes' method is something that many have tried to examine. We can only do out best to view Descartes' yardstick for measuring reality and truth and then compare our own yardstick to Descartes and to the world. Descartes purpose was to make people think deeper, to penetrate the walls and go outside of the box which you live in. He clearly states that he is not trying to teach his method, but only to describe how he has conducted his own (28). The next argument is how valid is his use of logi...
  • Ethics Of Rhetoric
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    A Brief Look At The Ethics AndA Brief Look At The Ethics And Relevance Of Rhetor The relevance of rhetorical studies, as well as the ethics of rhetoric have been under scrutiny since its invention well over two-thousand years ago. So this is our question; is rhetoric relevant and / or useful for anything? I. On the relationship between rhetoric and the truth – Our first step to finding an answer is to explore whether or not rhetoric holds any relationship to the truth. II. On Rhetoric and ...

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