Formal logic has more techniques than syllogisms of course, and almost any proposition can be tested for validity or at least inconclusiveness. An essential aspect of logic is that even though the premises may add up to the entire conclusion, the conclusion and or premises may for themselves be inherently unable to prove whatever point one is making. Logic then has an implicit limit of being true just relative to it?s own structure or mode.
What's so fascinating about New Yorkers is that each person has a whole lexicon of personal logic in the way that they decipher and do what has to be done to enjoy, stay alive, take pleasure in this place. It's one of the few living cities where people are living in the city that they work in. You know, that's amazing in itself.
For once, I believe that PETA, at least on the level of logic, is correct. If the NCAA has to protect offended Native Americans ... by God, PETA ought to advocate for the protection of every organism in the animal kingdom.
We really like LSI Logic as one of the semiconductor picks. They have a broad exposure to consumer electronics, to digital cameras, to networking, to a lot of real important growth themes in the economy.