16. Evidence as a source of errors
The correct conclusion always leans on two premise, two true judgments. However the analysis of texts shows, that people very seldom use the full form of conclusions, and instead use reduced where only one premise obviously is called, and another is meant by default. Are held back usually evidence - the judgments, seeming so true and doubtless, that there is need no them to sound. Moreover, it is frequent they are so obvious, that are not realized It is clear, that such state of affairs is the reason of numerous errors because evidence is not necessarily validity, and that is obvious to one, is not obvious to another.