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Notions of logic are characterised by their short, simplistic and succinct points as it is believed that the more words or explanation ascribed to a notion, the more likely a rational argument will be able to oppose it. For this reason, notions of logic are most often short and simple statements. One of the most prominent examples of a notion of logic was written in The Omnidoxy in support of theism.
"For something to have been created, it must have had a creator."