Had a good breakfast today, and my usual early morning ritual of calming the mind and nurturing the spirit. On my way to work, however, something is trying to erupt out of my brain. Some of you may not like to hear this, but I guess a lot could identify with it. Here it is – to me, the most boring, bordering on being presumptuous, quite time-wasting, jargon-laden, and with an elitist flair of the “wisdom lover” and master-of-the-language course I ever took up in college was Logic. I thought it needs to be replaced with a subject that’s more worth college students’ time and money, a course like The Mind in Meditation, or Music and the Mind, or Thinking and the Brain. Because in real life, anyone could reason well without being enslaved into the coop of distinction between deductive and inductive reasoning, or the types of categorical propositions. I’m 99% sure I will never teach it again. Anyone who loves, or likes to say the least, Logic as a college course? Or sense practical value in it as a course for everyday living? Ires and identification are both welcome in the comment section.