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Logic Fun Facts

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The definition of logic refers primarily to the process of how knowledge is created, and not the process of how logic has come to be.
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Logic aims to understand the process of how we, as consciousnesses, come to understanding knowledge as truth.
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Although process philosophers study the process of knowledge, individual thinking is not a concern as it is not a reflection of collective reality.
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Although all of these answers reflect the nature of the desire to succeed in arguments, propositions form the basis of an argument.
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This word comes from the desire to appeal to a person's sense of reason.
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Aristotle stated that perspective came from what was physically seen, yet this is now used as the biggest criticism of Aristotle's as it assumes that sight is perspective.
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Logical semantics refers to the logical study of interpretations or languages that form the human understanding of communication.
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Tarski's main work on model theory suggests that we study the relation of each model to each other, rather than isolate from one another.
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Used in politics to study the base of knowledge throughout the world, this philosophical study refers to the state and origins of knowledge.
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Being, becoming and reality all refer to the process of ontology, yet seeing is not one of these as what is seen is already considered objective knowledge.

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