No. I wasn’t implying that logic was under the gun somehow. I’m wondering if there is norms for inference that if you don’t follow these norms, you’re out of the inference club as it were.

No. I wasn’t implying that logic was under the gun somehow.
I’m wondering if there is norms for inference that if you don’t follow these norms, you’re out of the inference club as it were.
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I don’t know about the whatabouts that you’re referring to specifically.
I’ve spent a long time familiar with what’s in the family of “critical theories” so I’m familiar with its way of thinking and direction.
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 Neither have I but it intuitively makes sense to me. It’s more of a time-based or step-based system, very compatible with how things work in programming.
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It also reminds me of double-entry bookkeeping.
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I’m not being obstinate or whatever word works there. You’re implying an awful lot of things that I ought to be inferring meaning about but it’s not clicking.
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By saying “prescriptivism for inference”, I am stating that there is such a thing as “inference”.
For that thing called inference, is there an “ought” for usage?
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