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Logic

Logic is concerned with thought itself. As a discipline, logic scrutinizes and classifies thought and establishes rules of correct thinking. According to Percesepe, it is indispensable where truth and conceptual clarity are sought. It is an abstract science that people use to think correctly and evaluate their thinking. It is essential to the pursuit of a philosophy of communication technology. Whether the concern is, for example, about the meaning of film editing sequences or gathering evidence about the credibility of a news source, logic and the philosophical questions it invites are relevant to these and many other communication activities. Communication technology must wrestle with the challenges that are involved in assembling content in logical form and then appropriately and logically conveying to audiences the meanings that are contained within that content.

Epistemology

Epistemology examines the nature of knowledge, where knowledge comes from, and the validity and...

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