line of reasoning

  1. a course of reasoning aimed at demonstrating a truth or falsehood; the methodical process of logical reasoning
    I can't follow your line of reasoning
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How To Use line of reasoning In A Sentence

  • Unfortunately, this was not a line of reasoning Cazaril could adduce in his defense. THE CURSE OF CHALION
  • This line of reasoning can only end in unprofitable speculation about who initiated tensions.
  • The line of reasoning will only lead you up another blind alley.
  • But even if we accept this line of reasoning, it does not cover the cases where there is no serious probability that the choice of an action which went counter to the rule would become generally known.
  • I don't follow your line of reasoning.
  • In this sense, our certitude in understanding the sixteen is unlabored, although it derives from a line of reasoning. The Five Pathway Minds (Five Paths): Advanced Presentation
  • Unfortunately, some creationists have also fallen for this spurious line of reasoning.
  • I can't follow your line of reasoning
  • So, before I get attacked from the left, let me re-iterate that I the line of reasoning Matt has taken makes some sense, but he goes way too far to equate perfectly this event with Islamic terrorism, and to equate the threat of terrorism to the threat of car crashes. abb1 says: Matthew Yglesias » A Sensible Response to Terrorism
  • The Yanks' rightfielder wasn't biting at Araton's line of reasoning.
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