Focus on one development or controversy in the history of logic that you find
interesting (other than the Aristotelian vs. modern distinction about which you have already written). Summarize the development/controversy and explaining your own view. After studying logic and getting a brief sense of its history, would you venture that logic is a field of study that continues to develop in new directions or a field in which there are no new advances to make?
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