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In the realm of philosophy, is logic objective or subjective?(r/askphilosophy)
Any argument to the effect that logic is subjective assumes objective rules of inference that lead from the premises to the conclusion.
So the claim that logic is subjective can take the form of either a mere assertion (in which case, there are no grounds for believing it) or an argument (in which case it assumes the very thing it attemtps to disprove and hence fails).
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