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exact, valid, and rational reasoning

what is sound or reasonable

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But he, this man in the hour of his white logic, knows that they trick and outwit themselves.
The facts always smash youth's logic, and they usually smash youth's heart, too.
La Fontaine, however, was declared conqueror, on account of his profound erudition and his irrefragable logic.
Histories make men wise; poets witty; the mathematics subtile; natural philosophy deep; moral grave; logic and rhetoric able to contend.
You are becoming too strictly logical, Monsieur Rouletabille; logic will upset you if you use it indiscriminately.
You cannot reason at all," said Hunsden; "there is no logic in you.
As he proceeds he makes for himself new modes of expression more akin to the Aristotelian logic.
But the logic by which this supposed organic nature of the world is nominally demonstrated appears to realists, as it does to me, to be faulty.