November 30, 2008
Intro to Logic
The title Intro to Logic does not stand for the class that The University of Michigan offers. Instead, it means this entry is an introduction to my blog that examines examples of people using logic either correctly or incorrectly.This blog will probably touch on subjects including, but not limited to, Religion and God, business decisions, and possibly the U.S. voting structure.
This blog topic is meant to voice my opinion about these uses of logic. I repeat, this is just my opinion it is not meant to be considered fact; although it will touch on facts that i will use as premises for my opinions. Hopefully through my explanations, my voice will be that of reason and not seem like the incorrect logic that i am so adamant about exposing to you.
My purpose in exposing the uses of logic as good or bad are benevolent. I hope to do my small part in retrieving the lost integrity of Aristotle's original definitions of logic and its formal structure which can be explored in the Stanford encyclopedia of Philosophy . Without correct flows of reasoning, people are just irrational. Although many people have the view that humans are naturally illogical and there is much evidence supporting this view, I believe, in contrast, that humans are inherently logical. They simply get lost in society's pressures and therefore are forced to change some of the original assumptions about life because of trivialities such as love and emotion.
Reason is a light that God has kindled in the soul. ~ Aristotle