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- logic (n.)
- mid-14c., "branch of philosophy that treats of forms of thinking," from Old French logique (13c.), from Latin (ars) logica, from Greek logike (techne) "reasoning (art)," from fem. of logikos "pertaining to speaking or reasoning," from logos "reason, idea, word" (see logos). Meaning "logical argumentation" is from c. 1600.
- 1. By now all logic had gone out of the window.
- 2. Apart from criminal investigation techniques, students learn forensic medicine, philosophy and logic.
- 3. They asked her some searching questions on moral philosophy and logic.
- 4. Viruses and logic bombs can doubtless do great damage under some circumstances.
- 5. Logic had prevailed and he had abandoned the idea.
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