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  • The method was an early attempt to use logical means to produce knowledge.
  • Although his work was the first of its kind, it was unknown to the larger logical community.
  • During this stage children are perceived to not be able to use logical thinking.
  • This is a logical result of the way in which our democratic society is organized.
  • Such a design can be detailed into a logical data model.
  • These relationships take three logical forms: one-to-one, one-to-many, or many-to-many.
  • Therefore it has become necessary to name the set of all non-logical symbols used in a particular application.
  • A more recent practice is to use different non-logical symbols according to the application one has in mind.
  • In this approach, every non-logical symbol is of one of the following types.
  • The next logical step was to combine several different machine tools together, all under computer control.
  • A view is a logical object with no physical disk presence other than its definition.
  • Other times there will be an explanation that, in the dream, makes sense and seems very logical.
  • He's a logical, reasonable man with a very clear vision of the world.
  • Logical concepts are described as being completely reversible because they can always get back to the starting point.
  • This symbolism is less logical than literature and more difficult to read.
  • Logical form alone can guarantee that given true premises, a true conclusion must follow.
  • The logical possibility of hidden or unknown reasons for the existence of evil still exist.
  • Our language is not sufficient for expressing its own logical structure.
  • If a judgment has its reason (ground) in another judgment, its truth is called logical or formal.
  • The logical level thus describes an entire database in terms of a small number of relatively simple structures.
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Meaning of logical

  • adjective Capable of or reflecting the capability for correct and valid reasoning
    a logical mind