Logic synonyms

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A motive for an action or a determination.
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Reasoning is defined as logical or sensible thinking.
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(Uncountable) The state of being unreasonable
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The quality or condition of being rational; reasonableness or the possession or use of reason
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A monetary amount that a taxpayer is permitted by law or regulation to subtract from income when determining income tax.
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(Logic) A form of deductive reasoning consisting of a major premise, a minor premise, and a conclusion; for example, All humans are mortal, the major premise, I am a human, the minor premise, therefore, I am mortal, the conclusion.
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(Biology) In developmental biology, the development of a feature from part of a formerly homogenous field of cells in response to a morphogen whose source determines the feature's position and extent.
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A logical conclusion drawn from available facts; the process of arriving at such a conclusion.
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The study of the theoretical underpinnings of a particular field or discipline:
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A result of thinking; idea, concept, opinion, etc.
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(Linguistics) using multiple simple words, instead of inflection
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(Theology, Biblical studies) absolute and without explanation, as in a command from God like "Thou shalt not kill!"
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Of or pertaining to Aristotle, his philosophy, logic, or followers.
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Appealing to the intellect or powers of reasoning; convincing:
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(Botany) Sticking to but not fused with a part or an organ of the same kind.
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In agreement; compatible:
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Of or using dialectic
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Pertaining to reason or thinking; intellectual.
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Justifiable or justified
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Showing reason; not foolish or silly; sensible
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Capable of reasoning; rational:
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A voluntary and written ex parte statement of facts. It is sometimes required that the document be signed and the truth of its content be affirmed by the declarant in the presence of a notary public or another officer authorized to administer oaths. See also oath, affirm, and affidavit.
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(Linguis.) The use of word order and uninflected function words rather than inflection to express syntactic relationships
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An established communications or transportation link.
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Agreement or logical coherence among things or parts:
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A concept, model, or schematic idea:
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Plural form of dialectic
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(Logic) The proposition resulting from the combination of two or more propositions using the or operator.
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The outer or lower of the two bracts enclosing one of the flowers within a grass spikelet.
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(Grammar) One of the two main constituents of a sentence or clause, modifying the subject and including the verb, objects, or phrases governed by the verb, as opened the door in Jane opened the door or is very sleepy in The child is very sleepy.
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(Usually in the plural) A piece of real estate; a building and its adjuncts (in this sense, used most often in the plural form).
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Reasoning; the process of exact, rational, reasoning something through.
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An explanation of the basis or fundamental reasons for something
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A meaning that is conveyed, as in speech or writing; signification:
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The branch of semiotics that deals with the formal properties of signs and symbols.
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Synthesis is defined as combining a number of different parts or ideas to come up with a new idea or theory.
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(Logic) Mathematical logic.
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(Logic) Synonym for mathematical logic (obsolescent)
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(Archaic) The quality or state of being rational.
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(Logic) A formal system.
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a system of reasoning
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The method of logic used by Hegel and adapted by Marx to observable social and economic processes: it is based on the principle that an idea or event (thesis) generates its opposite (antithesis), leading to a reconciliation of opposites (synthesis)
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(Computing) A statement in a program asserting a condition expected to be true at a particular point, used in debugging.
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Find another word for logic. In this page you can discover 51 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for logic, like: reason, reasoning, unreasonableness, rationality, deduction, syllogism, induction, inference, course of argument, course of thought; thesis and antithesis and synthesis.