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Jay Currie

One Damn Thing After Another


I Logic, You Logic

Miss Wheeler at Blogging of the President also comes up with one of my least favorite transformations of a perfectly good noun into a rather dreadful verb...
TV has changed the way people logic (although, TV is decreasingly the dominant media, and the younger generation's ability to logic is being formed as much by the Internet or computer games as it is by television, with different results on the ability to argue logically).
marcey wheeler
"Logic" is a thing, a mode of thought; my sense is that the word Ms. Wheeler is reaching for is "reason". Then again, maybe the best the younger generation, after all that TV and computer gaming, can be expected to do is logic; but I hope not.