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Tag Archives: logic
“Correlation does not equal causality” is an often-heard phrase when someone says “I did X and Y happened.” It occurred to me a while ago that we should stop saying it that way. If I do a thing one time … Continue reading
One Day, She Met A Man – A Short Tale One day, while walking outside, she met a man. Or maybe it was a ghost of a man yet to be, she was never sure. He was throwing his hands … Continue reading
This is hilarious — and so true! It’s just too good to keep it to myself. Reasons Why I Will NOT Be Replying to Your Argument
Why Facts Count More Than Opinions All sound arguments start with facts that both sides accept as true. From that common ground, assertions are made, then challenged, and, if proven on the basis of logic, these assertions become the conclusion … Continue reading