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Sat 13 Jun, 2009 11:03 am - [QUOTE=Zetetic11235;68709]We know what we experience. It is all inductive, so we don't know that there is some mystical ever pervasive tautology that makes it necessary that everything is... (view)
Tue 9 Jun, 2009 09:39 pm - [QUOTE=JeffD2;67352]I just had a thought...If "absolute truth is unobtainable" is true, then wouldnt the absolute truth be that absolute truth is unobtainable. Absolute truth is a... (view)
Mon 8 Jun, 2009 09:43 am - I just had a thought...If "absolute truth is unobtainable" is true, then wouldnt the absolute truth be that absolute truth is unobtainable. Absolute truth is a paradox. Maybe the only... (view)
Mon 8 Jun, 2009 06:43 am - [QUOTE=Fido;67254]You can never know the absolute truth about anything, but what is false kills people, so the truth can be known... Logic is really good with the physical world, and logic does... (view)
Sun 7 Jun, 2009 09:19 pm - What I'm saying is that we can never know the truth about anything. There is no way to know if our rules of logic are correct. We can't even know the probability of them being correct.... (view)
Sun 7 Jun, 2009 08:18 pm - [SIZE=85]The most reliable method of proof obtainable by mankind is deductive reasoning. Also, using deductive reasoning to prove/disprove any given logical rule would simply be a circular... (view)
Sun 7 Jun, 2009 05:44 pm - [SIZE=85] The most reliable method of proof obtainable by mankind is deductive reasoning. Also, using deductive reasoning to prove/disprove any given logical rule would simply be a circular... (view)
Sun 7 Jun, 2009 12:44 pm - [QUOTE=Paggos;67011]Common sense is something well known, logic in my opinion is basic reasoning which can be proven. You can have the false logic of "unicorns are real" but common sense... (view)
Tue 26 May, 2009 09:30 pm - Why is a conditional proposition always true if the antecedent is false? For example, all of the following conditional propositions are true: If 1=2, then 3=4 If 1=2, then 3=3 If 2 is odd, then 2... (view)
Mon 25 May, 2009 02:48 pm - [quote=kennethamy]Does that imply that unless what I do is voluntary, I am doing it contrary to my will? I am being forced to do it[/quote] I believe that either you voluntarily do something or... (view)
 
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