Logic

Logic on Goodpoint is when factual information is presented without additional support (e.g., 2+2=4).

Logic takes care of itself; all we have to do is to look and see how it does it.

—Ludwig Wittgenstein

What does it mean to exclude additional support?

On Goodpoint, logic simply means an argument which is self-contained. It is an argument that is correct based entirely on what is included without reference to any other ideas on the platform.

It is always easy to be logical. It is almost impossible to be logical to the bitter end.

—Albert Camus