Logic

Logic,

Definition of Logic:

  1. Reasoning conducted or assessed according to strict principles of validity.

  2. A system or set of principles underlying the arrangements of elements in a computer or electronic device so as to perform a specified task.

  3. General: Cause-and-effect explanation of an action, decision, event, phenomenon, or solution.

  4. Formal: Discipline that examines human reasoning to deduce general principles for distinguishing sound conclusions (valid inferences) from the specious (invalid) ones. Also called classical logic, it is concerned only with the process of thinking, and not with the correctness of the end result or conclusion. It was systematized by the Greek philosopher Aristotle (384-322 BC) and is based on his theory of syllogism.

  5. Symbolic: Basis of principles used in the design of computer or intelligent systems, such as those that define truth tables and interconnections of on-off circuit elements. Also called mathematical logic, it relies on the works of two German mathematicians, Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz (1686-1717) and Friedrich Ludwig Gottolob Frege (1848-1925). See also fuzzy logic.

Synonyms of Logic

Science of reasoning, Science of deduction, Science of thought, Dialectics, Argumentation, Ratiocination, Aristotelian logic, Boolean algebra, Ramistic logic, Admissibility, Aesthetics, Algebra of classes, Algebra of relations, Axiology, Casuistry, Common sense, Cosmology, Deduction, Dialectic, Dialectics, Doctrine of inference, Doctrine of terms, Epistemological logic, Epistemology, Ethics, Experimental logic, First philosophy, Formal logic, Gnosiology, Good sense, Intelligence, Judiciousness, Justifiability, Justness, Logicality, Logicalness, Logics, Logistic, Material logic, Mathematical logic, Mental philosophy, Metaphysics, Moral philosophy, Ontology, Phenomenology, Philosophastry, Philosophic doctrine, Philosophic system, Philosophic theory, Philosophical inquiry, Philosophical speculation, Philosophy, Plausibility, Practicality, Presence of mind, Propositional calculus, Psychological logic, Psychologism, Ratiocination, Rationality, Reason, Reasonability, Reasonableness, Reasoning, School of philosophy, School of thought, Science of being, Sense, Sensibleness, Set theory, Sophistry, Sound sense, Soundness, Sweet reason, Theory of beauty, Theory of knowledge, Value theory, Wisdom

How to use Logic in a sentence?

  1. The computer program code logic is executed by the processing circuitry and is configured to generate an output signal.
  2. Experience is a better guide to this than deductive logic.

Meaning of Logic & Logic Definition