9/23/12

Logic is not about how we think but about how we ought to think


A computer requires no psychology to arrive at a logical conclusion
Neither do we
Logic is not about thinking
but about what thinking presents to the mind

Drawn from Feibleman on Charles Sanders Peirce 1969 83

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