“Logic won’t be in vain as long as words mislead people," Aristotle said. And the old man was right. The logic is impartial. Its strength lies in warning of danger. It is without competition in this respect.
Logic teaches complex art to navigate living conditions and make the right decisions. Modern man, whose goal is to be educated, often lacks an ancient understanding of logic ̶ how to coordinate one idea with another, the ability to listen and hear. Socrates, Plato and Aristotle taught all of this.
That’s why I like logic. It’s timeless. And I’d be very happy if you too, at least in part, get inspired by her beauty.
HEAD OF INSTITUTE OF MEDIAMATICS
lecturer & study advisor