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38 votes

Is religion necessary for the good life?

31 votes

Is it a fallacy if someone claims they need an explanation for every word of your argument to the point where they don't understand common terms?

24 votes

If you place a pencil in an opaque box and close the box, does the pencil exist?

22 votes

Is there a term for the belief that "if it's legal, it's moral"?

9 votes

Golden Rule - Conflict

8 votes

Suppose you have an argument with false premises and a false conclusion. Given this information, what do you know about the validity of this argument?

6 votes

Is a miracle a sufficient evidence of the truth of a religion?

4 votes

Affirming the Consequent Reasoning You See in Everyday Life

4 votes

valid or invalid: “S or R. Not S and Not R. Ergo, B.”

4 votes

What makes things real?

3 votes
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If everything is ruled by determinism, what rules determinism itself?

3 votes

Equivalent forms of "if p then q"

2 votes
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Why isn't Descartes using psychologism?

2 votes
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Prove or disprove ~◇◻p → ◇◇~p in system K

2 votes

I have trouble understanding this fallacy: "If A, then B. Therefore if not-B, then not-A."

2 votes
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Why is this sentence containing "except" translated into this conjunction?

2 votes

On Truth and Lying

2 votes

Does S4 (and B) hold for the strongest interpretations of ♢ and □?

2 votes

practical example of Limitations of Predicate logic

1 vote

Ontological argument (existence is part of essence) and an implication

1 vote

Is every sentence we write or utter either true or false?

1 vote

Is it true in some sense that the only "truth" people are capable of knowing is the "truth" that they assume to be true?

1 vote

Are all non-deductive arguments inductive?

1 vote

Can science account for consciousness

1 vote

Is this discussion fallacious?

1 vote
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How to get the refutation of (OP ⊃ OQ) ∴ O(P ⊃ Q) in Deontic Logic

1 vote

Is this an example of Denying the Antecedent?

1 vote

Nihilist paradox

1 vote

Is this argument about "either or" valid or invalid?

1 vote

Why should we even think about determinism?