My first Kickstarter project created a book called ‘Clear and Present Thinking’, a college-level textbook on logic and critical reasoning, which was made available to the world for free. As a professor myself, I observed that the price of textbooks was too high for some of my students.
Logic is like the sword – those who appeal to it, shall perish by it.
Logic has made me hated in the world.
No mistake is more common and more fatuous than appealing to logic in cases which are beyond her jurisdiction.
Men are apt to mistake the strength of their feeling for the strength of their argument. The heated mind resents the chill touch and relentless scrutiny of logic.
For no art and no religion is possible until we make allowances, until we manage to keep quiet the enfant terrible of logic that plays havoc with the other faculties.
The knowledge of the theory of logic has no tendency whatever to make men good reasoners.
But however measurable, there is much more life in music than mathematics or logic ever dreamed of.
Logic must look after itself. In a certain sense, we cannot make mistakes in logic.
If the ways of the Almighty are not humanly logical, it is not the fault of the Almighty but of the limitations of human logic.