Certainty, no matter how one arrives at it is still an emotion and little to do with logic at all.

you might want to pick this up at a library sometime. Winning a logical argument is fine but it doesn’t bear on correctness in reality because it has no base outside of the certainty of the validity of logic-as-ultimate-arbitrator-of-truth. Certainty, no matter how one arrives at it is still an emotion and little to do with logic at all.

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