# What is a logical law?

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Law of logic may refer to: Basic laws of Propositional Logic or First Order Predicate Logic. Laws of thought, which present first principles (arguably) before reasoning begins. Rules of inference, which dictate the valid use of inferential reasoning.

## What is a logical law?

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Law of logic may refer to: Basic laws of Propositional Logic or First Order Predicate Logic. Laws of thought, which present first principles (arguably) before reasoning begins. Rules of inference, which dictate the valid use of inferential reasoning.

## What are contradictions in English?

: the act of saying something that is opposite or very different in meaning to something else. : a difference or disagreement between two things which means that both cannot be true. See the full definition for contradiction in the English Language Learners Dictionary.

## Why is being logically consistent and avoiding contradictions important?

Common sense also tells us that contradictions are easy to make and have no big consequences. Strictly logically, consistency is much more important; if we are not consistent then the conclusions we logically derive are much different than those which common sense allows us to accept.

Human Paradox. The human paradox might correctly be said to be: Humans are the one member of the animal kingdom wherein many members consider themselves to be also a member of a supernatural kingdom.

When we learn that there is a contradiction among our beliefs we learn (1) that some of our beliefs are false, and (2) that we hold some beliefs that if used together as premises in an argument may lead us astray in a special way [i.e. logical ‘explosion’].

Contradictions are purely verbal. Obviously contradictions ‘exist’ because I can utter one: “My car is both red all over and green all over.” But the state of affairs described by a contradiction can’t be true, because if it could it wouldn’t be a contradiction. Rand may have been talking about apparent contradictions.

## What is the sound of a violin?

The vibration of the strings produces a spectacular sound A bowed string vibrates and moves in a circular motion that produces the fundamental tone, while the vibration produces overtones like a rippling wave. This complex movement of the string is transmitted to the body by the bridge.