I've got a question I want to ask about logic, specifically vacuous truths, but I'm not sure where, if anywhere, on SE it would go. My first choice would be a logic SE site, but I didn't see any in the list.

I'm leaning towards one of the math sites, but I'm not entirely sure if that's the right spot, since it doesn't really feel like a math question.


Mathematics is the correct site for your question. They even have a Logic tag there. See their Help Center for more details, and perhaps ask in their chat.

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    philosophy.stackexchange.com. It's more about deductive reasoning than math. – user102937 Aug 26 '13 at 16:13
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    Ack. Never mind. The Wikipedia says it's about math. – user102937 Aug 26 '13 at 16:15
  • I've done as you suggested. Added a couple of X's and Y's to make it feel a bit more mathy :D – StephenTG Aug 26 '13 at 16:28
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    It would be perfectly on topic for either site, Mathematics or Philosophy. It all depends on how you phrase/present the question. Choose whichever community you like better, @Stephen, or whichever one you think will be most likely to get you the type of answers you desire. Madara has linked to the [logic] tag on Math, but there is one on Philosophy, too. Also see the "Related Tags" in the sidebar, like [philosophy-of-mathematics] and [modal-logic]. – Cody Gray Aug 27 '13 at 7:50

The Philosophy Stack Exchange would also be a good place. Logic is currently the most popular tag.

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