The previous posts have caused me a lot of confusion.
assuming the logic following from the reasoning is true
there are four situations with reasoning ;
1) the reasoning is correct and the logic that follows is correct
2) the reasoning is correct but the following logic is incorrect
3) the reasoning is incorrect but the following logic is correct
4) the reasoning is incorrect and the following logic is incorrect
inconclusion it is the Reasoning which dictates where the logic goes
and reason is based on information given
What do you mean the logic following the reason is 'true'? Something can be either logically invalid, logically valid and sound, or logically valid and unsound. A valid argument is one in which if the premises are true, then the conclusion must also be true. A sound argument is one that is valid, and contains all true premises. An invalid argument is one in which the premises may be false and the conclusion true. And a valid but unsound argument is one in which if the premises were true the conclusion would be true, however it contains false premises.This is how our logic system functions, and it functions this way regardless of the existence of reason. Reason follows the path of logic, a path which exists independently of the existence of reasoning or information.
Also, you're number 2 can't happen. At least not if I'm understanding it correctly. If the reasoning is correct (you have true premises that necessarily entail a true conclusion) then the logic can't be incorrect (not that I know what you even mean by logic being incorrect)
not if the reasoning is incorrect in the first place
for the logic will continue on the path of illogic for logical rules would confine the reasoning
reasoning is fundamental basis of creativity , discovery
Your first part is just wrong. If the reasoning is incorrect, that is to say, they are trying to prove a conclusion using false premises, then the argument is invalid. It doesn't 'continue on the path of illogic'. It doesn't even matter if the conclusion is true or false. It ends at invalid.
Logic is like physics. It is a set of laws or axioms that exists independently of people being aware of them.
As a side note, you're using a very broad definition of reasoning if you're really suggesting it is the fundamental basis of creativity.