[ US /ˈɫɑdʒɪk/ ]
[ UK /lˈɒd‍ʒɪk/ ]
  1. the system of operations performed by a computer that underlies the machine's representation of logical operations
  2. a system of reasoning
  3. the branch of philosophy that analyzes inference
  4. reasoned and reasonable judgment
    it made a certain kind of logic
  5. the principles that guide reasoning within a given field or situation
    economic logic requires it
    by the logic of war
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How To Use logic In A Sentence

  • An imprimatur is not guarantee of theological soundness, in reality. Dr. Janet Smith replies to Dr. Schindler, defends Christopher West
  • The bombardment of the GPO had fascinated MacMurrough: the annunciatory puffs of smoke and the flames that roared to greet them; then the crashing gun’s report, the shell’s eruption—an illogical sequence, effect before cause, an object lesson in the madness of war. At Swim, Two Boys
  • If all this seems a little negative, let me assure you I now feel an almost pathological fondness for the place. Times, Sunday Times
  • In a field where biological material is limited, experimental cytogenetic techniques often require only a few cells.
  • The thanatological philosophies of spirit that Schelling here wishes were dead are in fact very much alivehence the reiterated forcefulness of his censure. Mourning Becomes Theory: Schelling and the Absent Body of Philosophy
  • The rally has defied all odds and logic with only two, short interruptions since it began its climb in August 1982.
  • If we got into Ceram (and got out again), the doctor would reduce the whole affair to a few tables of anthropological measurements, a few more hampers of birds, beasts, and native rubbish in the hold, and a score of paragraphs couched in the evaporated, millimetric terms of science. The Spinner's Book of Fiction
  • Four principal types of source pertain to the subject: literature, works of graphic or plastic art, archaeological remains, and notated pieces of music.
  • No, but they more or less remained together, I hate to use the word ideologically, but I guess for want of a better word, they seemed to always react, more or less, the same way to political situations and to political candidates 'platforms. Oral History Interview with Lindy Boggs, January 31, 1974. Interview A-0082. Southern Oral History Program Collection (#4007)
  • In present-day usage, despite Fowler's strictures, concern for classical and linguistic purity is minimal and the coining of etymological hybrids is casual and massive.
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