here we go with two more, will be chapters in my book Versus. As I have stated before, I do have a better title for this, it just hasn't come out of my head yet. The different chapters are as follows: Need VS Want Feeling Vs Emotion Common sense VS Logic Perception VS Conception Opinion VS Thought Hope VS Optimism Good VS Great Morality VS Legality In all cases the main question is: What's the difference, is there one, why or why not? The next two paragraphs are just a sample of what is too come. Commonsense vs. Logic Logic has to do completely with reason and predictability. Logic is derived from knowledge you already have. Commonsense is based on judgment and perception. Therefore commonsense is knowledge you have that is based on life’s logical conclusions. For instance: you cook yourself a little dinner. You know your dog is going to want some of your meal. Now, commonsense tells you, you get the actual meat of the entrée, your dog can have the bones. Logic should be the one that kicks in and tells you if you had t-bone for dinner that is fine. The dog gets the bone. It is also the one that tells you if these are chicken bones, it is not a good idea to feed them to the dog. OH wait…maybe that last part is commonsense. Perception vs. Conception *Perception: is the art of perceiving , observation, awareness of the elements. A physical sensation that is interpreted through the light of experience. *Conception: the function or process of understanding ideas. A complex product of abstract or reflective thinking. Perception is based on the actual experience of an event or sensation. Whereas, conception is the interpretation of such an event. The best description I heard on this, was by a preacher. He had talked about the perception and conception of the bible. The perception of the Hebrew people back in the days of the bible was that God allowed the plagues and the famine. He did nothing to prevent them. The conception of the bible today is that God not only allowed them, but he created them.