I Like Logic

For people who enjoy logical thought, beliefs, and arguments. Rational people. 166 People

    The spotlight fallacy occurs

    when you focus on one particularly dismal part of a group and declare that the whole group is like that. Here are some examples: * Now and then a mass shooter turns out to be mentally ill. based on a few such incidents, people have claimed that all mass killers are mentally...
    emperornorton47 emperornorton47
    56-60, M
    Oct 30, 2015

    Deductive Is Great Fun; Inductive Is Useful

    Logic is how to think straight and reason correctly. It was once an important part of a formal education, but few people know about it nowadays, even most mathematicians. I had to learn the subject by myself. I liked it so much that I wrote my own book about it. Deductive logic...
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    Jun 30, 2011

    Logic Puzzles Or Sudoku

    I can't NOT think. My brain gets really bored if I do mindless things.  I have 2 hobbies that use to satisfy my brain - Sudoku and logic puzzles.  Which do you do?  I love logic puzzles, but I am absolutely terrible at the table kind.  The grid kind is my thing.  I need to...
    ANewCreation4Him ANewCreation4Him
    36-40, F
    Oct 27, 2012

    People Who Can't Use Logic...

    ...are TERRIBLE problem solvers. As a deep thinker, I find people who can't see through the fluff very annoying.  Bells and whistles look good on the outside, but unless the solution addresses the root of the problem, it will never improve.  Changing the yellow bell to a blue...
    ANewCreation4Him ANewCreation4Him
    36-40, F
    Oct 26, 2012


    Logic,Like it,Simple,Straightforward,Uncomplicated,Easy to follow.
    startinover1 startinover1
    Aug 2, 2012

    Here's a logical fallacy

    that you can watch for: misleading vividness. This occurs when you focus on a bloody crime -- say the shooting of a police officer -- and conclude from it that there is a "war on police". Misleading vividness ignores statistics -- in this case, 24 police officers had been killed...
    emperornorton47 emperornorton47
    56-60, M
    Sep 15, 2015

    I have always had problems

    whenever I show any emotions, so I have become locgical. As a gamer it isn't that big of a problem and when enjoy gaming with another logical thinker. Life can be tough as a logical thinker I have learned because people seem to believe that I am a cold hearted person, but I...
    fallenzero fallenzero
    22-25, M
    2 Responses Jun 30, 2014

    I Always Have

    I was riding home on the bus from school and as I looked out the window I was deciding if I should believe in God. If God does not exist and I don't believe in him, I might be right and nothing will happen, if God does exist and I believe in him, good things will happen, if God...
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    1 Response Mar 16, 2011

    Proving That Experience Is An Illusion; Nearing Kolinahr

    Can you reason this far about your own life so far (most of us can't, taking the position that to reason about oneself is self-criticism and they are above that, perfect, God's favorite, while the following is hardly the complete course or "Kolinahr", just a step):I (you in other...
    PikdFlowr PikdFlowr
    61-65, M
    Aug 9, 2011

    How many logical fallacies can you count in

    this article? http://www.rzim.eu/the-scandanavian-sceptic-or-why-atheism-is-a-belief-system
    KatieTreat KatieTreat
    51-55, T
    May 31, 2014
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