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 .
What does it mean for a logic to be wrong anyway? Mathematical logic doesn't look like it has much wrong with it.
Even if the underlying premise is wrong, the logic can be correct but the mathematics will show "Garbage in, Garbage out" .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" .
But that is a logical outcome, no?Sometimes that's true . But not always . mathematics is not infallable . " Garbage in, Garbage out " .
But that is a logical outcome, no?
IMO, pure Mathematics is infallible. Mathematicians can be fallible.