Definition of Extralogical

1. a. Lying outside of the domain of logic.



Definition of Extralogical

1. Adjective. Outside of the domain of logic. ¹

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Definition of Extralogical

1. [adj]

Medical Definition of Extralogical

1. Lying outside of the domain of logic. Extralog"ically. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Extralogical

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extrajection
extrajudicial
extrajudicially
extralarge
extralegal
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extraligamentous
extralimital
extralimitary
extralinguistic
extraliterary
extralities
extrality
extralogical (current term)
extralong
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extrametric
extramission
extramissions

Literary usage of Extralogical

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1. Philosophical Remains of George Croom Robertson: With a Memoir by George Croom Robertson (1894)
"... he, having occasion to use these latter words, as a geometer, in the extralogical sense, supposes that I must mean them thus here, and blames me for not ..."

2. An Examination of Sir William Hamilton's Philosophy: And of the Principal by John Stuart Mill (1889)
"The consideration of the " truth of the premise, Aristotle is a Roman is, however, " more properly to be regarded as extralogical; but if so, ..."

3. Lectures on Logic: Or on the Science of Evidence Generally, Embracing Both by Francis William Newman (1838)
"An objection of the former sort is called extralogical; because mere logic (or rather mere syllogistic rules) cannot decide it. ..."

4. The Edinburgh Review by Sydney Smith (1833)
"... as this distinction proceeds on a material, consequently on an extralogical, difference. In this error, however, Dr Whately exceeds all other logicians, ..."

5. Lectures on Metaphysics and Logic by William Hamilton (1860)
"To make one alternative determinate is extralogical; for it is true only as materially proved. 1°, The splitting, therefore, of the conclusive proposition ..."

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