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Regular Meeting - Every Second Sunday of the month

This month we will meet at Zephyr Cafe.  The topic this month will be "What is reason?".


A few issues you might wish to think about are...

Is reason a reliable way to know the truth?

Is reason the same thing as deductive logic?

Is reason the same thing as the use of syllogisms?

Is induction a kind of reasoning?

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  • Arnold M.

    The logical flaw in the Monty example is that the one who picks never has more than a 50/50% chance, as it is already factored in that Monty will take away one of the 3 choices, and thus leave only 2 choices. To say that the one who chooses has a 33% chance at the beginning is simply not accurate. The chooser never has a 33% chance, as Monty will always take away the door with the goat. Hence, the chooser always only has one door with a goat and one with a car, so switching never makes a difference. Agree???????


    May 12, 2013

    • Arnold M.


      May 15, 2013

    • Brian Y.

      It looks like your message didn't come through Arnold.

      May 15, 2013

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