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Description

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
The Reality Of Aid / Quezon City, Philippines
European Group for Intelligent Computing in Engineering / Cardiff, UK
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
Formal Methods Europe / Uppsala, Sweden / Est. 1984
Salesian Pontifical University / Rome, Italy / Est. 1940
International B Conference Steering Committee / Nantes, France / Est. 1997
International Positivist Society / L'Hay-les-Roses, France / Est. 1848
Association for Machine Translation in the Americas / Stroudsburg PA, USA / Est. 1991
Aristotelian Society / London, UK / Est. 1880
Software and Information Industry Association / Washington DC, USA / Est. 1999
Community Informatics Research Network / Prague, Australia
Arab Information and Communication Technologies Organization / Tunis, Tunisia / Est. 2001
Computer Aid International / London, UK
South East Asia Regional Computer Confederation / Sydney, Australia / Est. 1978
International Institute for Empirical Social Economics / Stadtbergen, Germany / Est. 1975
Suhrawardiya
International Society for Philosophical Enquiry / Winona MN, USA / Est. 1974
Quest International Users Group / Lexington KY, USA / Est. 1995
ECDL Foundation / Dublin, Ireland / Est. 1997
Conference of Philosophical Societies / Buffalo NY, USA / Est. 1976
European Institute for a Sustainable Information Society / Kouvola, Finland / Est. 2003
International Centre for Transdisciplinary Studies and Research / Paris, France / Est. 1987

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World Problems relating to Logic

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Irrationalism

Action Strategies relating to Logic

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Requiring objectified subjectivity
Arguing
Using counterfactual reasoning
Using spurious arguments
Using plausible arguments
Sharing assignment rational
Reasoning with common sense
Using obfuscatory arguments
Achieving logical cultural integration
Intuiting-Reasoning
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
Reasoning
Avoiding the irrational
Highlighting bad arguments
Providing sufficient objectivity
Being objective
Sophism
Abstaining from objectivity

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