Episode 239 – Logic Is Not Enough

by | Aug 13, 2012 | Episodes, Podcasts | 0 comments

More and more people are learning about the importance of logical reasoning and the dangers of logical fallacies. But is logic sufficient for arriving at certainty? Today on The Corbett Report we tear apart the notions of the clockwork universe, the rationality of humans and the idea that logically valid arguments always arrive at true conclusions.

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The Truthseeker app
Time Reference: 01:17

TakeASecondLookNews on YouTube
Time Reference: 02:10

What is the Uncertainty Principle?
Time Reference: 16:18

One Thing Is Certain: Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle Is Not Dead
Time Reference: 18:59

Principia Mathematica
Time Reference: 23:00

BBC Dangerous Knowledge Part 2: The Enigma 2007
Time Reference: 25:07

George Lakoff on Rationality and Reason
Time Reference: 29:26

The fallacy fallacy
Time Reference: 40:10

Bertrand Russell delivers The Reith Lecture 1948
Time Reference: 42:53

Alan Watt – The Impact of Science on Society
Time Reference: 47:39

Sentient World Simulation
Time Reference: 51:49

The Internet of Things
Time Reference: 53:02

Ringo Starr and his new All-Starr Band – Logical Song
Time Reference: 57:47



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