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Importance of Logic

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What is logic?Is it beneficial to think in a logically consistent manner? Logic is the science that evaluates arguments.It aimes to create parameteers on the bassis of which we can distinguish consistent arguments from inconsistent or feeble ones. A logically embellished mind is a jewel on its own and its importance can hardly be undermined.A grasp on logic and its attributes enables a person to improve the quality of one's arguments and present his ideas in a manner that they make their poitn in a strong and effective way.A good idea without a concise and coherent structure of presentation is too feeble to carry along or sway the opinion of the audience,the reason being that the mind will instinctively distrust a statement that seems to be lacking in the principles Life is based on. LLogic also sharpens ones acumen in the sense that the mind learns to percieve and delineate the indistinguishable discomfort one feels on being held audience to a logically flawed but oratorically splendid argument from others.Sharpenig ones acumen ,logic is the conciousness that protects you from following blindly whrein your fickle heart tugs you to go;more often than not into absurd positions from a practicality perspective.Loud and overwhelming arguments which normally drowns any opposition to the apeker cannot do th e same to logic which can unfathom th epoints of discussion and challenge if needed the flawed incogent arguments of others.Moreover it also develops appreciation for brilliant ideas that would be lost for their obtuse exposition because an ordered mind can automatically lower the entropy of a disjointed collection of arguments. One of the major battlefields for a logicians is against age-old practices and beliefs.It is but apparent how imprtnaatn it is to clear out the muddled cornucopia of weird notion a lage fraction of the worls d is riddled with.And the only answer to such occurences is Logic.Because of its very nature of scepticism in not believing something...