Critical Thinking and Pedagogy: Rules of Inference Rules of Inference The goal of logic is to make explicit our intuitions of good reasoning, such that we can distinguish between good reasoning and bad reasoning in terms of an explicit procedure that does not need to rely on intuitions. To do this, logicians formulate the information and the inferences involved in reasoning as propositions.
.: Virtual Salt Robert Harris Version Date: January 5, 2002 You'll remember the five creative methods we discussed in the Introduction to Creative Thinking: evolution, synthesis, revolution, reapplication, changing direction .
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