Dan Rowden wrote:You don't need to know the rules of deductive reasoning if your intuition is already 100% accurate (and you somehow magically know this to be so). In fact, you should already intuitively know the rules of deductive logic. Given that you don't, your intuition is automatically shown to be unreliable.

GodsDaughter says: "In fact, you should already intuitively know the rules of deductive logic. Given that you don't, your intuition is automatically shown to be unreliable."

GodsDaughter says: I know intuitive knowledge, not the knowledge of the educators, which is a set of rules to deductive logic, if I was never educated in deductive logic, then how can I know their education in deductive logic, all I can know and be 100% accurate of what I know is what I know to be 100% accurate. What I do know is what it is not, that's all I know! And I do know that you are mistaken when you say my intuition is unreliable when I know it is 100% reliable always! When I make mistakes it's because I didn't listen to my intuition!