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THE TRUTH ABOUT CONCLUSION+

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Conclusion: n. a judgment and/or decision made relatively impulsively and/or after some reasoning

Most conclusions are reached relatively impulsively but in science and statistical analyses some mathematically based reasoning is used.

Reasoning is only possible with accurate definitions and unfortunately in most subjective subject areas of the liberal arts very little reason exists if at all since so much of the reasoning is not based on logical principles but most conclusions are made based on prior subjective human experience and subjective human consensus or norms.

What is also a truism is that very frequently there are really more than one conclusions which can be made after evaluating circumstances and factual evidence. Most causes do not just result in a single effect but in many effects from which you often have to choose one or prioritize the many possible conclusions in terms of relevance. Many causes almost never result in one conclusion only or one effect but many effects are possible.

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THE TRUTH ABOUT EVIDENCE*

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Evidence: n. a subset(s) which can frequently be used to help make a conclusion and/or judgment and is frequently presented in court

Evidence gathered may be relevant or irrelevant and the conclusions or judgments which you make from it may be valid or invalid.

When evidence is presented in court the primary concern is usually whether it is truthful or factual evidence and secondarily whether it is relevant to the issue being considered which is an alleged crime.

There is also the possibility that evidence may have been fraudulently placed in an attempt to frame an innocent party so trying to get to the truth of a matter is a very inexact procedure and far from being scientific.

The reputation of the plaintiffs and defendants is a critical consideration as well as the reputation of any common or professional witnesses. That a nicely staged emotional appeal to the jury is vital in most prosecutions is a fact and often a high priced lawyer is one who is not only very skilled in presenting evidence and is also skilled at making emotional appeals to the jury.

When convicting someone on circumstantial evidence it is often a question of how overwhelming it is and the more circumstantial evidence that can be presented the better or there is more certainty with much of it. 100% certainty is seldom possible so guilty beyond a reasonable doubt is the standard for judgment in court because some doubt in the minds of some jurors almost always exists.

 

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THE TRUTH ABOUT ILLOGICAL*

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Illogical: adj. not using reason to achieve a goal(s) and/or not impulsively making a reasonable conclusion(s)

Very few of us really think logically because that means that you are using well defined words and thinking through the possible correspondences between the words and/or events. Cause effect analyses are also ways of making logical decisions based on cause effect correspondences but most of this type of thinking takes place impulsively based on prior experiences with these cause effect relationships.

 

To do something illogically is to do something which doesn’t make any sense or much sense and is considered unreasonable also. Illogical actions are usually impulsive reactions to the environment and everything in it and any great deviation from normative reactions are often considered to be illogical reactions too.

 

An illogical conclusion would be to evaluate all the present evidence and facts known about the earth and conclude that the earth is flat.

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