Actually, there was an objection to Aristotle by John Locke who said that "before Aristotle people could use logic freely. There was nothing special in finding the laws of thought, because nobody cared about them".
I'd like to agree with Locke, but there are some moments that need to be done using logic. It concerns to the way of arguing with each other. So, briefly to cut off dull or empty quarrels, and start speaking clearly. The processes of ascending the ladder of understanding with each other may start from respecting the rules of any dialoguers. That's why logic might be needed, and where it has to be required at least partially.
Last Edit: Nov 18, 2020 19:58:47 GMT by Eugene 2.0: times new roman, 5