For young people without the basic skills in deductive reasoning, forming beliefs is dangerous because they are not based on reason and are susceptible to outside influences. Photo: Shutterstock For young people without the basic skills in deductive reasoning, forming beliefs is dangerous because they are not based on reason and are susceptible to outside influences. Photo: Shutterstock
For young people without the basic skills in deductive reasoning, forming beliefs is dangerous because they are not based on reason and are susceptible to outside influences. Photo: Shutterstock
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Letters | Who would urge students to form beliefs before learning to reason?

Topic |   Education
For young people without the basic skills in deductive reasoning, forming beliefs is dangerous because they are not based on reason and are susceptible to outside influences. Photo: Shutterstock For young people without the basic skills in deductive reasoning, forming beliefs is dangerous because they are not based on reason and are susceptible to outside influences. Photo: Shutterstock
For young people without the basic skills in deductive reasoning, forming beliefs is dangerous because they are not based on reason and are susceptible to outside influences. Photo: Shutterstock
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