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Definition of "logicality" [log•i•cal•i•ty]

  • The condition of being logical (noun)

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Use "logicality" in a sentence
  • "In the next section, where various applications of plural quantification will be discussed, I will carefully note which strains of the notion of logicality our theories PFO and PFO+ must possess for the various applications of them to succeed."
  • ""Male widow" is one example; versions of it can be used as counterexamples to the different versions of the idea of logicality as permutation invariance"
  • "Though Mr. Frayn rewrites it slightly for every major production, "Noises Off" is an almost perfectly crafted play, owing to its relentless logicality: Its plot, a chain of syllogisms, ends only when the curtain comes literally down."