Laws of Logic or Reason

The Law of Non-contradiction:

            Two opposing things cannot both be correct simultaneously.

            One question cannot correctly elicit two opposing answers at the same time under the same circumstances.


            Truth, by definition, is not subjective. It does not change, or cease.

            A false beginning (premise) cannot be used to justify a conclusion.


Invocation of moral law requires a moral law setter. “Every man for himself” invalidates any objection to any individual’s behaviour based on wrongness.