Definition of Logicality

1. Noun. Correct and valid reasoning.

Exact synonyms: Logicalness
Generic synonyms: Quality
Specialized synonyms: Rationality, Rationalness, Consistency, Completeness
Attributes: Logical, Illogical, Unlogical
Antonyms: Illogicality, Illogicalness
Derivative terms: Logical, Logical, Logical, Logical, Logical



Definition of Logicality

1. n. Logicalness.

Definition of Logicality

1. Noun. The condition of being logical ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Logicality

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logicality (current term)
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Literary usage of Logicality

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1. The Masters of Modern French Criticism by Irving Babbitt (1912)
"should be justified by Taine's own method in seeking to explain as a racial proclivity the special type of logicality that we find in his mind as well as in ..."

2. The Journal of Speculative Philosophy: Ed. by Wm. T. Harris edited by William Torrey Harris (1867)
"This would serve as a complete establishment of private logicality, were it not that the assumption that man or the community (which may be wider than man) ..."

3. Fact and Fable in Psychology by Joseph Jastrow (1900)
"medicine presented on purely intellectual grounds. Rationality is doubtless a characteristic tendency of humanity, but logicality is an ..."

4. The Principles of Argumentation by George Pierce Baker, Henry Barrett Huntington (1905)
"Therefore, any decision must be a qualified one; for instance, that in the cases shown, logicality or the opposite prevails; but that is not exactly the ..."

5. The Psychology of Conviction: A Study of Beliefs and Attitudes by Joseph Jastrow (1918)
"logicality, Peirce tells us — and by that is meant a habit of mind that leads to the detection of truth, to thinking about things as they are, ..."

6. The Psychology of Conviction: A Study of Beliefs and Attitudes by Joseph Jastrow (1918)
"logicality, Peirce tells us — and by that is meant a habit of mind that leads to the detection of truth, to thinking about things as they are, ..."

7. Horizons: A Book of Criticism by Francis Hackett (1918)
"Yet when another kind of logicality is resisted by Bertrand Russell, the logicality of blind submission to the state, of reciprocal animosity, ..."

8. The Adjustment of Wages: A Study in the Coal and Iron Industries of Great by William James Ashley (1903)
"From the point of view of sheer logicality, the same is to be said, I think, ... But the logicality of the judgment is now recognised even by the eminent ..."

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