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“Logic” Behind Why We Are Asked To Become Logical?

“Logic” Behind Why We Are Asked To Become Logical?


It is a well-known fact that “Logic” is an extensive-term. It cannot be contained in a particular definition or boundaries. In this blog, we will understand “Logic” as a Subject (often part of Social Sciences, Arts and Philosophy).

Logic: the study of an argument based on a set of principles to find whether it is correct or not.

Let’s have a look at some of the nuances and benefits of Logic:

1. Being regarded as the Father of Logic, Aristotle was the first person who developed Logics. He referred to Logic as “analytics”. His Logic was used widely in Science and Mathematics in the West until the early 19th century.

Father of Logic, Aristotle

2. It affects all the decisions in our life. Logical Thinking helps to differentiate between one or more decisions and pick the most favourable one.

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3. Since earlier times, the main subjects that included the Logic Study were philosophy, mathematics, and computer science. But with time, the Subjects kept increasing, making Logic a crucial interdisciplinary study area.


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4. Logic helps discover the strengths and flaws of an argument. Every other process/profession–be it a marketer, programmer, carpenter, social worker, or college student–everyone needs argument evaluation now and then.

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5. Due to its fundamental characteristic, Logics are an excellent way to exercise metacognition, which means the awareness and understanding of one’s thoughts and thought patterns.


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6. Logic lets us assess our own beliefs and analyse them to determine whether they are valid or not. This analysis happens more efficiently with metacognition development and gives us some clarity about our reasons and motivations.

7. Personal truth of every person is different. What one may perceive as truth wouldn’t be true for someone else. Therefore logically analysing one’s own beliefs provides the person with some clarity about what they perceive as “true”.

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8. Clear thoughts lead to a clear mind and communication. The logical analysis provides the person with this and makes them aware of what and how to communicate.

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9. Generally, effective communication happens in three ways: logical argumentation, emotional connection to the audience, and high credibility. While credibility takes time and effort to build, emotional connection isn’t a constant factor.

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Logic plays a crucial role in differentiating between the truth and the fabrication. Especially in today’s times where information is constantly being bombarded to us through various channels. Much of this information is presented to make us think like what a particular section of people wants us to believe.

Blog Edited By Ritika Gupta

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