16728 | Logicians acknowledge too few things, while others acknowledge too many [Fitzralph] |
12992 | Logic teaches us how to order and connect our thoughts [Leibniz] |
14780 | Only study logic if you think your own reasoning is deficient [Peirce] |
7188 | Logic tries to understand the world according to a man-made scheme [Nietzsche] |
7145 | Logic is not driven by truth, but desire for a simple single viewpoint [Nietzsche] |
7144 | Logic must falsely assume that identical cases exist [Nietzsche] |
16867 | Logic not only proves things, but also reveals logical relations between them [Frege] |
14880 | Logic is just slavery to language [Nietzsche] |
9179 | Frege frequently expressed a contempt for language [Frege, by Dummett] |
6107 | It is logic, not metaphysics, that is fundamental to philosophy [Russell] |
6428 | Wittgenstein is right that logic is just tautologies [Wittgenstein, by Russell] |
10152 | Set theory and logic are fairy tales, but still worth studying [Tarski] |
9028 | Maybe logical truth reflects reality, but in different ways in different languages [Quine] |
9244 | Logic is easy, but what about logic to the point of death? [Camus] |
8219 | Logic has an infantile idea of philosophy [Deleuze/Guattari] |
8246 | Logic hates philosophy, and wishes to supplant it [Deleuze/Guattari] |
13479 | Given that thinking aims at truth, logic gives universal rules for how to do it [Burge] |
3599 | Deduction shows entailments, not what to believe [Williams,M] |
13378 | It is a mistake to think that the logic developed for mathematics can clarify language and philosophy [Jubien] |
6858 | Formal logic struck me as exactly the language I wanted to think in [Williamson] |
9390 | Logic guides thinking, but it isn't a substitute for it [Rumfitt] |