Logic is the linchpin to get things right for solving real world problems. Logic is about inference and deference; sequence and consequence; hidden clues behind many complex issues and thresholds for problem-solving.
Logic enables us to uncover patterns and understand the interconnectivity underneath the surface, or unpuzzle the myth behind intelligence. Intelligence is the processed information and refined knowledge to predict future events, capture insight or learn lessons via hindsight.
Information answers questions but intelligence questions the answers. Practically speaking, it is the aggregation of information and the assessment of the information that creates the intelligence required to define the rules that drive premium problem-solving.