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Logic: Definition and Benefits

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Logic: Definition and Benefits

  1. 1. Traditional Contemporary • Focuses on the formal logic or art of reasoning through the medium of language. • Includes both symbolic and informal logic. • Formalized artificial language or symbolic calculus. • Studies the structural patterns of reasoning. and starts with premises that are assumed to be true. • Use only logical rationales to derive a conclusion. and obey formal rules and bivalent. • involves the study of classical syllogism. • Uses Christian truth and traditional views. • Rhetorical and dialectal • Capture the intricacies of human statements in a formal scientific system. • Modern views about reality • Both lead to a conclusion and the conclusion built from premises.