Definition of Logical relation
1. Noun. A relation between propositions.
Category relationships: Logic
Specialized synonyms: Contradictory, Contrary, Transitivity, Reflexiveness, Reflexivity, Modality, Mode, Conditional Relation, Implication, Logical Implication
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Literary usage of Logical relation
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1. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1904)
"The formal identity of the geometrical relation called 'between' with a purely logical relation which one can define as existing or as not existing amongst ..."
2. Thought and Things: A Study of the Development and Meaning of Thought, Or by James Mark Baldwin (1908)
"That is, logical relation and logical grounding have always the intent of necessity. It is only in other characters than that of relation, that propositions ..."
3. Critical Grammar of the Hebrew Language by Isaac Nordheimer (1841)
"... last word of each is accompanied by a disjunctive accent, which indicates its logical relation to the rest, and separates it from those which follow. ..."