However, sometimes logic and common sense depart from each other. For example, logic requires a scientific reasoning. It requires a certain level of intelligence and patience to follow through the procedures which will then bring us to the correct solution. Occasionally we might make a mistake in our reasoning and thereby arrive at a wrong conclusion. That happens when false logic is used.
As the Society’s course on Common Sense reveals, there are many examples of false logic. There are also no examples of false common sense. That fact creates the demand that we may need to better understand the differences between Logic and Common Sense.