Ultimately all logic is based on illogical premises.
I am still waiting for the grim reaper to come test my convictions.
For as mortal and imperfect beings we can never know all that is.
We can continue to learn and discover the secrets behind secrets for the rest of eternity but eternity, being an infinite thing, cannot bestow all of its knowledge on man, being a finite thing.
So at any one point, acknowledging that there will be a point after that, can know all that came before, but not the point ahead.
So as mortal and limited beings we can never have the ultimate logic for that would be the knowledge of the infinite and unlimited.
Knowing that we cannot know all means that we have a choice to make, a completely blind choice.
Whether or not free will exists does not matter. The choice is and will always remain blind.
There are an infinite number of ways to look at this uncertainty.
Most people on this planet prefer to fear that uncertainty and devise their own code of ethics to abide by in hopes that among all the infinite possibilities theirs might be the right one. This is not the wrong choice. However people often do not find peace with themselves and the world using this option. Just temporary safety as long as the illusion holds out.
I find alot more peace in using that uncertainty to give me total freedom.
I know that i can not know all, so instead of using the fear within that fact to provide me the illusion of safety i shall acknowledge the illusion and embrace the freedom offered by that uncertainty and accept whatever truth may be.