Nonyme
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Why don't fair coin tosses "add up"? Or... is "gambler's fallacy" really valid?
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How can both be true? Isn't there something in the physical series of tosses that "remembers"? Isn't there necessarily some slightly better chance of a tails after 10 heads? Note that I do ...

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with (single) premise always false, can an argument still be valid
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In classical logic, yes. Here is a proof by contradiction (therefore mildly unconvincing) that John, in your example, has children: Let's assume that John do not have children and find a ...

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What meaning should we ascribe to infinite sets?
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I might be wrong, but here is my stance: This also means that axiom systems are either true or false. We can study PA plus the axiom that PA is inconsistent. This is a consistient system of ...

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