Logic anarchy

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Logic anarchy is the result of a belief that cannot serve as the foundation for a logical system.

In mathematics, logic anarchy occurs when there is a proof by contradiction. To prove the falsehood of a mathematical statement, this approach first assumes that it is true and then tries to build logical statements on it. Once the system collapses in an absurd contradiction, then the conclusion is that the assumption must be false rather than true.

Atheism is a belief that results in logic anarchy. To avoid that, freedom of speech is censored in all atheistic societies.