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    Posted: 28 Nov 2015 at 05:53

"Truth and falsity in ordinary logic"

Just out of curiosity what other forms of logic do you subscribe to?  For example would say that math follows it's own form of logic?  I was just reading an article on evidence based logic and I have to say those logic guys like to make things complicated.  From what I could tell evidence based logic was applicable to  sociology but that left me wondering what statistics were for and why reduce logic to math like equations if there was lack of supporting evidence.  I get the point of internal consistency but I may be missing something more important?
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Is this related to like how people are always saying that my posts/papers don't seem to them to be written with "logic"? (Though our issue may be more to do with English & academic communication/writing.) I often have to ask "what is proof?"
Maybe that is the problem that people/fields have different "own form[s] of logic".
There is a saying "statistics can be deceptive". I think statistics are alot to do with corporatism. But that may be a different statistics to what is meant here.
Where is this article?

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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Evidence-based_subjective_logic

I think you have to be careful with these terms when a scientist says subjective it's different than when a philosopher says subjective.  If I get motivated I may type up some more on the subject.
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