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exact, valid, and rational reasoning

what is sound or reasonable

Synonyms for logic

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But there is, of course, a further stage reached by the logician in which he not merely reacts with the word "dog," but sets to work to discover what it is in the environment that causes in him this almost identical reaction on different occasions.
Men who had only known the quiet thinker and logician of Baker Street would have failed to recognise him.
Benedict Cumberbatch is the socially-awkward mathematician Alan Turing who's tasked with building a primitive computer to get one up on the Germans, assisted by a team of logicians played by, among others, Keira Knightley and Matthew Goode.
Wolenski is and has been considered by many as a spokesperson for East European logicians and philosophers.
Arabic logicians were content with writing glosses.
Post and the development of logic, John von Neuman and the ideas of David Hilbert, the contribution of Polish logicians to decidability theory and predicate calculus, and the development of symbolism in logic and its philosophical background.
Although logicians often portray (classical) logic as the structure of proper reasoning, Rosental places it as a set of material practices.
Lehmann developed a new way of looking at the connection between quantum mechanics and logic, and explain it here for the benefit of logicians, mathematicians, philosophers of science, and physicists.
The Hellenic philosophies were closer to the Eternal Mysteries than to the 20th century fashions of Western logicians.
The very fact that Interview was running the story demonstrated this very process, albeit perhaps not in a manner that would satisfy most logicians.
Organizing his material topically and avoiding jargon, he quotes examples in translation and shows clearly how they illustrate the goals of logicians, natural philosophers, and theologians and why they Found them important.