Wikipedia talk:WikiProject Logic
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Help needed with History of logic post-WWII
The article History of logic has been nominated for a featured article here. The nominating editor has asked for help concerning the post-WWII period (see this post). Any assistant would be appreciated
Request for input in discussion forum
Given the closely linked subjects of the various religion, mythology, and philosophy groups, it seems to me that we might benefit from having some sort of regular topical discussion forum to discuss the relevant content. I have put together the beginnings of an outline for such discussion at Wikipedia:WikiProject Religion/2011 meeting, and would very much appreciate the input of any interested editors. I am thinking that it might run over two months, the first of which would be to bring forward and discuss the current state of the content, and the second for perhaps some more focused discussion on what, if any, specific efforts might be taken in the near future. Any and all input is more than welcome. John Carter (talk)
Automated message by Project Messenger Bot from John Carter at 15:44, 5 April 2011
Members of the Logic task force are cordially invited to chime-in in the on-going discussion of the pro and con of placing Mizar system external deep links on mathematical articles. Yaniv256 (talk) 18:43, 24 July 2012 (UTC)
Invitation to comment at Monty Hall problem RfC
You are invited to comment on the following RfC:
The Monty Hall problem is an especially interesting one because it touches upon logic, probability, and psychology; why do so many engineers, scientists and mathematicians get it wrong at first? The question the RfC asks concerns the place conditional probability should have in the Monty Hall problem article. We could really use some informed opinions on this. --Guy Macon (talk) 01:19, 7 September 2012 (UTC)
This article is nominated for deletion and there are claims it does not qualify as a logical fallacy. I am wondering if someone who is more familiar with what is and is not logical fallacy (like the definition of it, and if this concept applies or not) could clarify whether or not it is.
I am wondering if this might be an incarnation of an existing fallacy? In which case I could see moving to change it to a redirect to an existing page rather than having its own article. I just know too little about the breadth of different logical fallacies and their categories to recognize whether or not this is covered by an existing kind we have a page about. Ranze (talk) 17:23, 16 April 2013 (UTC)
Introduction to Logic and getting involved in WikiProject Logic?
I have a friend, Swim, who is reasonably well-educated at the university level and intellectually switched-on, but no longer engaged in any formal courses of study and working in a non-thinking man's field. Swim edits Wikipedia in their spare time for fun and to stay mentally sharp, and is interested in getting involved in something like WikiProject Logic. However, Swim never took a class in logic or otherwise studied it beyond a basic intro to philosophy-type class as an undergraduate. Swim sees WikiProject Logic as a wonderful potential source of learning and knowledge, and would like to be able to contribute to the success of the project (and not just take from it by osmosis), but is thinking first to read at least one intro-to-Logic-type book (since a lot of Swim's time for reading unfortunately doesn't correspond to time when they can access the Internet). Is there a specific intro-to-logic book (mass-market or otherwise) that you seasoned veterans and experience project-members would recommend? Swim would really, really appreciate help cutting through the clutter and getting sorted with his reading on this topic before joining the WikiProject Logic. Thanks on behalf of Swim... Azx2 21:10, 11 June 2013 (UTC)
- There's always my late mother's book, Jean E. Rubin (1990). Mathematical Logic: Applications and Theory. Saunders College Publishing. ISBN 0-03-012808-0. LCCN 89-043369.. I admit to having a financial interest in sales of the book.... I cannot recommend a philosophy-type book, and I'd like to see one. — Arthur Rubin (talk) 09:31, 12 June 2013 (UTC)