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    Name: Christopher John Chadwick
    Username: Pensive
    Type: Registered User Location: Niskayuna
    Cameras: Sigma SD10
    Sigma SD9
    Lenses: Sigma 24-70mm f/2.8 EX Aspherical DF for Sigma
    Sigma 105mm f/2.8 EX Macro for Sigma
    Sigma 12-24mm f/4.5-5.6 EX Aspherical DG for Sigma
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    Sigma 18-50mm f/3.5-5.6 DC for Sigma
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    Registered: Jan. 21st 2006
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    "The problem is , in a broad sense, political: given that the bulk of mankind are certain to commit fallacies, is it better that they should deduce false conclusions from true premisses or true conclusions from false premisses? A question of this sort is insoluble. The only true solution seems to be that ordinary men and women should be taught logic, so as to be able to refrain from drawing conclusions which only seem to follow. When it is said, for example, that the French are "logical," what is meant is that, when they accept a premiss, they also accept everything that a person totally destitute of logical subtlety would erroneously suppose to follow from the premiss. This is a most undesirable quality, from which , on the whole, the English-speaking nations have in the past, been more free than any others. But there are signs that, if they are to remain free in this respect, they will require more philosophy and logic than they have had in the past. Logic was, formerly, the art of drawing inferences; it has now become the art of abstaining from inferences, since it has appeared that the inferences we naturally feel inclined to make are hardly ever valid. I conclude, therefore, that logic ought to be taught in schools with a view to teaching people not to reason. For, if they reason, they will almost certainly reason wrongly." Bertrand Russell

    N.B. Bertrand Russell must be turning in his grave given American politics. More of us are in the grave given American politics.

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