But sometimes when an actual example appears,
it all comes down to a question of whether or not you accept it, or if you believe it.
There’s no middle ground.
You have to make a mental leap.
Logic isn’t really helping you out.
Maybe it can’t.
Logic isn’t some convenient manual you just consult.
Later on, though, you should be able to apply logic to any given situation.
I don’t believe in anything.
Not in logic, or illogic.
Not in God, or the devil.
No extension of a hypothesis, nothing like a leap.
I just silently accept everything as it is.
That’s my basic problem, really.
I can’t erect a decent barrier between subject and object.
– Colourless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Year of Pilgrimage
by: Haruki Murakami
P.S.: Recommended book 😉