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What does it mean for a logic to be wrong anyway? Mathematical logic doesn't look like it has much wrong with it.

Logic is based on the reasoning given .

Therefore if the reasoning is wrong , so is then the logic and hence the mathematics .

Logic is based on the reasoning given .
Therefore if the reasoning is wrong , so is then the logic and hence the mathematics .
Even if the underlying premise is wrong, the logic can be correct but the mathematics will show "Garbage in, Garbage out" .

Even if the underlying premise is wrong, the logic can be correct but the mathematics will show "Garbage in, Garbage out" .

Sometimes that's true . But not always . mathematics is not infallable . " Garbage in, Garbage out " .

Sometimes that's true . But not always . mathematics is not infallable . " Garbage in, Garbage out " .
But that is a logical outcome, no?

river said:
Sometimes that's true . But not always . mathematics is not infallable . " Garbage in, Garbage out " .

But that is a logical outcome, no?

Yes

IMO, pure Mathematics is infallible. Mathematicians can be fallible.

IMO, pure Mathematics is infallible. Mathematicians can be fallible.

Pure mathematics is fallible . Because it never has any physical reality .