Friday, January 3, 2014

When Facts and Logic Seem to Be in Conflict

Whenever there seems to be a conflict between facts and logic, try to determine whether in the case at hand the facts seem more factual than the logic seems logical or vice versa. If it's the former, recheck the logic for error. If it's the latter, recheck the facts for accuracy. In either case, the seeming conflict will lead to genuine progress.

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