formal logic

  1. any logical system that abstracts the form of statements away from their content in order to establish abstract criteria of consistency and validity
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  • The contradistinction of the two logics, formal logical and dialectical, is equally unjustified.
  • Those who propound the deductivist stance argue that it eliminates the need to make the sometimes difficult decision whether a particular argument should be classified as deductive or inductive, that it greatly simplifies the structure of informal logic, and that it is useful to reconstruct the assumptions it recognizes as implicit premises (see Groarke [1999]). Informal Logic
  • An epiphany of the Loved, the feminine is not added to an object and a Thou antecedently given or encountered in the neuter (the sole gender formal logic knows.)
  • formal logicians are not concerned with existential matters
  • After all, we may know many things that have nothing to do with formal logical systems.
  • The Godel Incompleteness Theorem applies only to formal logic systems axiomatized in a certain way.
  • It says that no consistent formal logical system can prove its own consistency.
  • Formal logic is applied again, this time to determine whether a premature or erroneous idea prevails.
  • He used this time to study formal logic, social psychology, physiognomy, and craniometry, which laid the foundations of a broad approach in medicine.
  • Tarski made important contributions in many areas of mathematics: set theory, measure theory, topology, geometry, classical and universal algebra, algebraic logic, various branches of formal logic and metamathematics.
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