Words are important. In logic they are critical.
It should be obvious that if we do not have a word for something, it is not only difficult to speak about it, but it is even harder think about it. This is especially true for abstract concepts. Associating a word with the concept is first required for our mind build a mental model of what defines it as a unique thing. This makes words in logic especially important where everything is abstract. We need words to make the abstract terms “visible” to our mind’s eye. If we don’t do this they remain blind to us and we have no power over them.
The problem is that terminology in logic is notoriously difficult, inaccessible, and, not to mention, much of it is in Latin! In other words: logic terms are very illogical.
This infographic was created to fix that. The terminology within is laser focused to include only the most useful and necessary terms, and everything is translated to normal language that is both easily learned and seamlessly deployed in your personal and professional lives.
Yes, it will help you understand logic as a discipline, but what is more important is that it is designed with the terms necessary to augment your powers of critical thinking, persuasion, and how to have the most productive arguments possible. All within your regular life amongst your friends, family, and colleagues—and all today.
This infographic is available in two formats. You can either put it as your desktop background, or save it in an album in your phone for easy scrolling so it's available to reference when the terms come as we speak about them in Framing Logic videos.
It’s a modern day pocket glossary, and it's FREE. So take a look!
Choose from DESKTOP or PHONE SCROLLER format.