50+ Logic Terms
John Spacey, July 29, 2016
Logic is a term for formal systems of reasoning that provide symbols, conventions, principles and techniques to prove or disproof statements. The following are common terms related to logic.
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Limits Of LogicIf logic's strength is its correctness, its limitations are related to its range.
Law Of Excluded MiddleA classical law of logic first established by Aristotle.
FallacyAn argument that can be shown to be wrong using logic.
Cold LogicLogic that fails to consider human factors.
ReasoningA few well known methods of reasoning.
Logic vs Intelligence
The difference between logic and intelligence.
The definition of causality with examples.
The definition of magical thinking with examples.
The definition of scientism with examples.
FallaciesA list of logical fallacies.
The definition of mutually exclusive with examples.
The definition of false balance with examples.
Thought ProcessesA list of thinking approaches and types.
Cognitive BiasesA list of common cognitive biases explained.
A few dangers of being too abstract.
Objective vs Subjective
The difference between objective and subjective.
Intellectual DiversityA definition of intellectual diversity with examples.
The definition of creative value with examples.
The definition of anecdotal evidence with examples.
Benefit Of Doubt
The definition of benefit of doubt with examples.
The definition of pessimism with examples.
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