Category Archives: Rules of Logic

Using Deductive and Inductive Logic in Science

There are several different types of logic, but probably the two most common are deductive and inductive. Both of these play a vital role in science, but we use them for different purposes. Therefore, it is my intention to explain … Continue reading

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The Rules of Logic Part 3: Logical Fallacies

Perhaps the most common mistake that people make in debates is the use of logical fallacies. This occurs largely because people generally are not taught logical fallacies, and, therefore, don’t recognize them when they use or see them. Knowing logical … Continue reading

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The Rules of Logic Part 2: Good vs. Bad Arguments

The core of any debate is the arguments being used. To win a debate, you must show that your arguments are good, and your opponents arguments are bad. It sounds simple, but most people struggle to distinguish good and bad … Continue reading

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The Rules of Logic Part 1: Why Logic Always Works

An Introduction to Logic In debates, I often find that people are unwilling to accept the rules of logic, and they make foolish comments like, “well you’re entitled to your opinion.” In reality, the rules of logic are like the … Continue reading

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