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Questioning the Rules of Reasoning

Discussion in 'General Debates' started by wizanda, Feb 5, 2018.

  1. wizanda

    wizanda One Accepts All Religious Texts
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    So on trying to explain how my logic works to a professor of Logic; realized had to turn my equations in my head into a physical format, so did a few additional ones:

    Code:
    • $ variable.
    • +\- plus or minus sum.
    • Letters with no variables are a known.
    • X marks the spot.
    • * made up by me.
    • -> Explained here.

    • Inductive (Leading to) -> Data first to reach a possible conclusion : A +\- B = $X

    • Deductive (Deduced based on) -> Conclusion is deduced from premise: A +\- B = X

    • Abductive -> Built upon the partial data, we build the most likely conclusion: $A +\- $B = $X

    • Reversive* -> We verify data, by reverse engineering it like algebra: $A + $B = $X = $A - $B

    • Argumentative -> Everything someone says will have fault, and we can deduce where they're always wrong in some context: $A - $B = $0

    • Abstractive* -> Never anything solid, just observed together: $A $B $C

    • Dismissive -> Nothing will ever do: 0 - 0 (-0) = 0

    • Zen -> Things are observed, and comprehended... Then quantified by its own equation; yet never truly equated... Just understood: A +\- B = $A * $B

    • Tao -> Things are understood by their own logical relationships, and then formulated with equal and opposite results; as all manner of things follow this inclination: A +\- B = $Yin/$Yang

    • Please add to this list with equations, and will be impressed....?

    In my opinion. :innocent:
     
  2. blü 2

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    არ მესმის რას წერენ
     
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  3. osgart

    osgart Nothing my eye, Something for sure

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    A. For Appreciate

    B. For to Behold

    C. for Consider

    A + B = +/- C for D

    D. For Discern

    E. For Evidence

    F. is For

    D + E = +/-F for G

    G. for Goodness

    H. For Honesty

    I. For Innocence or Intention

    G + H = +/-I for J

    J. For Justice

    K. For Kindness

    L. For Liberty or Love, or Law

    J + K = +/- L for M

    M. For meaning

    N. For necessity

    O. For opportunity

    M + N = +/-O for P

    P is for purpose

    Q is for quest or question

    R is for Reason

    P + Q = R makes S

    S for Situation

    T for Truth

    U for Understanding

    S + T = U for V

    V for Virtue

    W for Wisdom or Will

    X for x-factors

    Y is for Yield

    Z is for zenith or zen

    V + W + X = Y for Z

    There I made my own logic and reason!

    Nice and simple.

    Or perhaps it's just a simple meditation! Alone or in a trusted group.

    Whatever condition you are in, use the power of intention and go A to Z with the exercise. You will learn something of value.
     
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  4. wizanda

    wizanda One Accepts All Religious Texts
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    Thank you Osgart; amazingly creative, and nice use of equations.

    In my opinion. :innocent:
     
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  5. osgart

    osgart Nothing my eye, Something for sure

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    Thankyou, it actually was inspired off of your code.

    I tested it out on myself. By gosh, it works.
     
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