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  1. We humans have an amazing ability to feel that something is true.

    Logic is an attempt to formalize techniques that allow you to deduce another from one statement so that the sense of truth is transmitted from the premise to the consequence, and the sense of falsity from the consequence to the premise.

  2. There is no such thing as human logic, because we are all different.

    Logic is the science of ways of thinking that lead to truth. That is, the way of thinking is important. But there are many ways of thinking, and not all of them lead to the truth.

    A person constantly has to make decisions, and they arise dynamically, momentarily in the process of life.

    Then there are tactical decisions for some time ahead.

    And only gifted people can set a strategy for the future and build a logical chain of goal implementation. This is where clear ways of thinking are needed to avoid making mistakes. That is, if you lose strategically, no amount of tactical victories will help you correct your mistakes.

    Well, mostly people act according to the stereotype, like everyone else and do not bother to find the truth and acquire ways of thinking. It's too tedious:0) Therefore, many goal decisions do not lead to the expected results.

  3. Based on the intellectual construction of cause-and-effect relationships, the search for patterns, common features and differences in relation to something, someone or any circumstances, as well as the distribution of the information received in the sequence and structure that will give a complete, objective picture of what is happening.

  4. Human logic is based on the Logos (the fulfilled Word. Laws of the world).

    The Bible says that God created this world through the Logos (Word, Laws).

    This is how a programmer creates a virtual world through an executable word (program).

    Thinking in the structure of these laws is considered logical, because it has predictive power.

    If thinking goes off the rails of laws, it is illogical and leads to cognitive wilds.

    But, here we mean only the logic of the material world (nature, physics). In the spiritual, subjective world of man, logical laws do not work and are probabilistic.

    For example, no logic can come to the conclusion whether a guy likes a girl or not)))

  5. It is based on a two-factor system of human thinking. The basic implicit system works on a pre-conscious level, building causal relationships without being aware of them using analogies and associations simultaneously throughout a person's memory. For example, you were burned by fire, neural connections are automatically built between the chains of fire and pain neurons, simultaneously for all connections, such as pain.�

    Strictly speaking, there are no causal relationships here,and this method carries numerous errors called cognitive ones.

    But we also have a second system – an explicit one, which is very much tied to speech. It is directly responsible for causal relationships and is included if the conclusions of the implicit system do not correspond to the reality of the present or imagined. It is activated mainly through negative emotions.

    The fact is that the second system is very energy-consuming and we are constantly lazy to turn it on, this is a normal evolutionary mechanism, not to waste energy in conditions of its limitation, since most of the existence of humanity we were in a state of permanent hunger, that is, lack of energy.

    Therefore, despite the fact that consciousness and causal relationships are in the explicit part, it is rarely included. That is, in order for us to develop, for example, it is necessary that we feel bad, otherwise the conclusions of the implicit part will actually replace the explicit part without verification.

    We are aware of the implicit part as intuition, subconsciousness, creativity, etc.

    The explicit part-as a complete picture of the world around us with cause-and-effect relationships and with ourselves in the center of this world, which we understand as a person.�

    The process is bidirectional and the implicit part does not distinguish between the conclusions of the explicit part, whether it has taken its own or external conclusions as the basis of its work. This effect is the basis for training, advertising, propaganda, and in general methods of influencing other people.

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