Logic

LOGIC 2

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refers to the use of clear arguments to support a claim in motion.The basis forms and settles an argument. When two parties are indisagreement on a certain motion, one of the two or more parties hasa differing opinion on a subject. Each party comes up with solidevidence that support their claims. This is the logical settlementclaim that ascertains the different ideas put across during theargument(Chaffee 2013).

is important because it settles endless arguments before they ruptureinto even conflicts as it enables people to come up with soundarguments(Putnam 2014). also creates the ability to assess other arguments.Additionally, it strengthens intellectual and communication skills.On the same, logical ideas sweep off misleading information that waspreviously factual (Grice2013).

Froma personal point of view, logic was a tried and tested fact. However,after the exercise, it is clear that other logical ideas may supportdifferent claims, collectively. After the exercise, it is now easy todifferentiate between deductive and inductive logic. Deductive logicrefers to the ideas that guarantee truth of a certain conclusion,given required premises. On the other hand, inductive logic refers toclaims that only give a reasonable environment to believe theinformation, but does not guarantee the truth at the end (Solomonand Higgins 2013).

Withthe new information of logical arguments, it creates a sense ofconfidence when participating in arguments. Similarly, the confidencecomes in because the notions put forward in the argument areintellectual and clearly communicated. Therefore, the currentargument status is better than before, where arguments are a sourceof logical information that increases general knowledge.

References

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Grice,H. P. (2013). 4. logic and conversation.&nbspTheSemantics-Pragmatics Boundary in Philosophy,47.

Putnam,H. (2014).&nbspPhilosophyof (Routledge Revivals).Routledge.

Solomon,R., &amp Higgins, K. (2013).&nbspThebig questions: A short introduction to philosophy.Cengage Learning.