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Posted by Michael W. Pearson on January 16, 2002 07:51:46 UTC

Okay. Now I have to post this and go worry, I mean sleep.

Question:
For every logical fallacy which can play havoc with our management of the natural world, should we have a math theorem, axiom, corollary etc. to avoid it?
If not, why not. What does this say about logic and math?

A catalogue of logical fallacies:
http://gncurtis.home.texas.net/


There are many real world problems developing which logic knows but that math is not being harnessed much to manage.

Is Math Is only Distilled Logic or Is Logic Only Undistilled Math ?

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