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For questions about logic, whether it concerns syllogistic logic, mathematical logic or the nature of logic itself.

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Necessity excludes other methods or possibilities, sufficiency does not. To respond to your example, though I find your use of the phrase "make them dead" uncomfortable: It is not necessary to kill s …
answered Jun 7 '11 by Joseph Spiros
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Philosophy is generally predicated on, and perhaps more about, asking questions rather than finding answers. It's a search for wisdom, not truth. The only thing that all philosophers would all agree e …
answered Jun 7 '11 by Joseph Spiros