Quotes and Sayings About Logic
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Arithmetic is where the content lies, and not logic; but logic prompts certainty, and not arithmetic.
 David Berlinski 
Aristotelian logic is massive and marmoreal, but every monument accumulates graffiti.
 David Berlinski 
Feeling insignificant because the universe is large has exactly the same logic as feeling inadequate for not being a cow.
 David Deutsch 
By the cold Darwinian logic of natural selection, evolution codifies happenstance into strategy.
 David Quammen 
If a lack of empirical foundations is a defect of the theory of logical probability, it is also a defect of deductive logic.
 David Stove 
Dialectic logic is there's only love and hate, you either love somebody or you hate them.
 Dennis Hopper 
All opinions are not equal. Some are a very great deal more robust, sophisticated and well supported in logic and argument than others.
 Douglas Adams 
The most rational defender of nature is driven by a passion for wildness that cannot be explained by an appeal to logic.
 Eban Goodstein 
Could it be that there were other things more desirable than cold logic and undefiled brain power?
 Edgar Rice Burroughs 
Perhaps the most surprising thing about mathematics is that it is so surprising.
 Edward Charles Titchmarsh 
Logic will never change emotion or perception.
 Edward de Bono 
There is something about poetry beyond prose logic, there is mystery in it, not to be explained but admired.
 Edward Young 
seizing the swift logic of a woman, Curse God and die.
 Edwin Arlington Robinson 
Certainly, truth should be strenuous and bold; but the strongest things are not always the noisiest, as any one may see who compares scolding with logic.
 Edwin Hubbel Chapin 
Logic is one thing and commonsense another.
 Elbert Hubbard 
Logic: an instrument used for bolstering a prejudice.
 Elbert Hubbard 
Human beings lose their logic in their vindictiveness.
 Elizabeth Cady Stanton 
Poincaré was a vigorous opponent of the theory that all mathematics can be rewritten in terms of the most elementary notions of classical logic; something more than logic, he believed, makes mathematics what it is.
 Eric Temple Bell 
most scientific problems are far better understood by studying their history than their logic.
 Ernst Mayr 
Logic is a very beautiful thing. As long as it is not abused.
 Eugene Ionesco 
The enormous usefulness of mathematics in the natural sciences is something bordering on the mysterious and there is no rational explanation of it.
 Eugene Wigner 
Because one cause is bad does not make the opposing cause good.
 Fay Weldon 
It is well known that the central problem of the whole of modern mathematics is the study of transcendental functions defined by differential equations.
 Felix Klein 
In my experience most mathematicians are intellectually lazy.
 Francis Crick 
Nothing falsifies history more than logic.
 Francois Guizot 
Anything outside yourself, this you can see and apply your logic to it. But it’s a human trait that when we encounter personal problems, these things most deeply personal are the most difficult to bring out for our logic to scan. We tend to flounder around, blaming everything but the actual, deepseated thing that’s really chewing on us.
 Frank Herbert 
Education: free and compulsory  what a way to learn logic!
 Frank Van Dun 
I don't see the logic of rejecting data just because they seem incredible.
 Fred Hoyle