Definition of Logicalities

1. logicality [n] - See also: logicality



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Logicalities

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logical fallacies
logical fallacy
logical implication
logical mechanical element
logical operation
logical positivism
logical positivist
logical proof
logical quantifier
logical quotation
logical relation
logical system
logical thinking
logical topology
logicalities (current term)
logicality
logically
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logicalnesses
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logician
logicians
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logicised
logicises
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logicism
logicisms

Literary usage of Logicalities

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Cambridge History of English Literature by Adolphus William Ward, Alfred Rayney Waller (1916)
"To this must be added the strange alternations of his handling from the most intricate and (some would say) wire-drawn logicalities to the loftiest flights ..."

2. Mathematical Philosophy: A Study of Fate and Freedom; Lectures for Educated by Cassius Jackson Keyser (1922)
"... with care if confusion and error are to be avoided, for, as you already see and will further see, it disguises some of the nicer logicalities involved. ..."

3. Preventable Diseases by Woods Hutchinson (1909)
"It might be said in passing, that, with one of the charming logicalities of popular reasoning, these nerve complications have been said to be caused by ..."

4. Synthetica: Being Meditations Epistemological and Ontological by Simon Somerville Laurie (1906)
"... thereby constructing a " somewhat" which is, and is not, these categories, as our mystic fancies and vague, super-subtle logicalities may suggest. ..."

5. Synthetica: Being Meditations Epistemological and Ontological by Simon Somerville Laurie (1906)
"... thereby constructing a " somewhat" which is, and is not, these categories, as our mystic fancies and vague, super-subtle logicalities may suggest. ..."

6. The British Controversialist and Literary Magazine (1866)
"The sublimities of Plato and the logicalities of Aristotle held a range too far apart from their sympathies—the former being too spiritual, the latter too ..."

7. Review of Theology & Philosophy edited by Allan Menzies (1907)
"... now preying on its vitals—worldly absorption in things that perish with the using, and fatuous trust in the logicalities of Creeds and Confessions. ..."

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