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Logic is the systematic study of the form of valid inference, and the most general laws of truth. A valid inference is one where there is a specific relation of logical support between the assumptions of the inference and its conclusion. In ordinary discourse, inferences may be signified by words such as therefore, thus, hence, ergo, and so on.

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Organizations relating to Logic

International Computer Science Conventions / Millet AB, Canada
European Trade Union Education Network
International Union for the Promotion of the Study of Hegelian Philosophy
Albert Schweitzer International Association of Cultural Events
African Network of Information Technology Experts and Professionals
The Reality Of Aid / Quezon City, Philippines
European Group for Intelligent Computing in Engineering / Cardiff, UK
Regional Network for the Exchange of Information and Experience in Science and Technology in Asia and the Pacific / Est. 1983
Software Publishers Association / Est. 1984
Electronic Business Group / Paris, France / Est. 1998
Conference of Iberoamerican Authorities on Informatics / Madrid, Spain / Est. 1970
Asia Pacific Bioinformatics Network / Singapore, Singapore / Est. 1998
Caribbean Digital Library Consortium / Est. 2000
Voix de l\'informatique francophone / La
Centre international de recherches sur les logiques de complémentarités antagonistes
Formal Methods Europe / Uppsala, Sweden / Est. 1984
Forum for Humanistic Psychology and Psychotherapy
Open Systems Testing Consortium
Salesian Pontifical University / Rome, Italy / Est. 1940
HOOD User Group
International Network on Computers in Science
Nordic Committee of Senior Officials for Information Technology Policy / Est. 2002
International B Conference Steering Committee / Nantes, France / Est. 1997
International Positivist Society / L'Hay-les-Roses, France / Est. 1848

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World Problems relating to Logic

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Arbitrary enforcement of regulations
Impairments of thought
Irrational religious beliefs
Inappropriate arguments
Societal knowledge resistance
Avoidance of the irrational
Eclipse of reason

Action Strategies relating to Logic

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Requiring objectified subjectivity
Using counterfactual reasoning
Using spurious arguments
Using plausible arguments
Sharing assignment rational
Reasoning with common sense
Using obfuscatory arguments
Achieving logical cultural integration
Exemplifying rational assignment
Uncovering fallacies of logic
Criticizing sophistry
Using sophistry
Requiring rational articulation of significance
Establishing rational meeting processes
Clarifying arguments
Presenting verifying arguments
Avoiding the irrational
Highlighting bad arguments
Providing sufficient objectivity
Being objective
Abstaining from objectivity

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