Posted this on the other science forum, but not sure how many here are members there, so thought I'd ask the question here, too. Have been reading about ''faulty logic'' and how despite it being faulty, one can still arrive at a valid and correct conclusion just like someone who employs correct logic. How can this be, though? Might it be a directly reflective of the fact that our decisions are not all based on logic? Does it mean that we arrive at conclusions or make decisions, based on emotion, experience, etc in addition to using logic? But, that still doesn't explain faulty logic, and so my question to you all is how can one arrive at an objectively true answer on something, if that person is using faulty logic?