|logic, rationality; correctness, justness||properness|
|(during the Middle Ages) three lowest of the seven liberal arts (grammar, rhetoric, and logic), less important liberal arts, see also:quadrivium||trivium|
|ability to avoid errors, correctness, preciseness, exactness||accuracy|
|able to be asserted, can be approved, confirmable; verifiable, can be ascertained as true, predicate than can be used for a subject (Logic); something that can be verified, something that can be affirmed, quality that describes something||predicable|
|able to change, changeable, fluctuating, inconstant; fickle; having a quantity that is unfixed; deviating from the norm, differing from the species norm, fluctuating design criterion, inconsistent, likely to blow differently, logic symbol, range of values||variable|
|able to reason, able to think clearly and sensibly, expressible as ratio of polynomials, in accordance with reason and logic, logical, reasonable; intelligent, prudent; expressible as a whole number (Mathematics), rational number, reasonable and sensible||rational|
|able to think rationally, based on logic; reasonable; simulated, looks and acts like the real thing but is not genuine (Computers), of philosophical logic, sensible and based on facts||logical|
|absence of logic, lack of reason||irrationalness|
|act of inventing possible reasons for an action that are not based on the true reasons; act of giving a rational explanation, act of basing things on logic or reason, defense mechanism, process of rationalizing||rationalization|
|adding value to life, significant, full of meaning; of value, special; able to be defined (Logic), with meaning||meaningful|
|amount, assess and indicate quality or correctness, assess the work of somebody, be or indicate point of change, characterize, common land, deutsche mark, give prominence to event, goal||mark|
|appropriate behavior, correctness in behavior||correctitude|
|appropriateness, correctness, seemliness||decorousness|
|argument involving three propositions, deductive reasoning, specious argument, type of deductive reasoning containing two premises and a conclusion, logical argument in the form "if A=C and A=B then B=C" (Logic); deductive reasoning||syllogism|
|Arithmetic and Logic Unit; component of the central processing unit that performs calculations and logical operations, arithmetic logic unit||ALU|
|arrival or departure point for passengers, barrier at tollbooth, barrier for fluid, control using gate, habit, hinged barrier across gap, hinged fastening for oar, logic circuit, opening in defensive structure, opening in wall, path between poles in sl...||gate|
|being type of sentence in logic, including many things, including speaker and person addressed, including the specified limits, containing, taking in; comprehensive, all-embracing, extensive, see also:exclusive||inclusive|
|branch of logic||modal logic|
|branch of logic||model theory|
|branch of logic concerned with form||formal logic|
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