In a world where ideas are infinite, a world where actions are done with or without rationalizing ones act and a world where arguments are presented or made day in and day out, we need to logically experiment our own-selves and reason knowing the merits and demerits of ones own act. Logic and reason is a branch of philosophy in which three kinds of logic reasoning are taught. First is deduction, a logic where an attempt to work out the truth is determined by the original information which is known as the premise. If the premise is true, then the latter or the conclusion must be true. Secondly is induction, in this type of reasoning the information provided which is the premise holds an extent of support for the conclusion to be identified as the truth. This means that the premise determines the accuracy of the conclusion to be fictitious or precise. Lastly but not least is abduction, this is probably where the term “ give it your best shot “ is commonly used. In abduction, we tend to guess the most authentic or conclusive interpretation among the encountering options. This is all done if the conjecture is true. This are the three foundational disciplines to hold on to an infallible argument in which you do not only support your argument but diagnose an inconsistent argument of your counter-agent.
“ The Allegory Of The Cave” A story told by Plato, which is a narrative or description that uses symbols to convey a veiled meaning.