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1(conclusion/value/argument) lógicohe has a logical mind — tiene una mente lógica
- it's logical that he should replace me — es lógico que sea él quien me sustituya
- What scientists frown upon is levelling arguments based on rank ignorance and logical fallacies.
- Mathematicians, or scientists doing mathematics, then investigate the purely logical consequences of the theory.
- A soft sigh escaped his lips as he came to the most logical conclusion.
- He therefore thought it logical to use the pseudonym.
- Some have even taken these arguments to their logical conclusions and have called for the end of the capital gains tax.
- There's a logical argument behind that, but the logic is secondary to me.
- Surely, they do not mean to do that, because such an argument is a logical fallacy.
- With more children consuming cranberry drinks, it's only logical to expect more cranberry drink spills.
- Diagnoses were generated according to specified and logical rules.
- It's a good bet that there's a logical reason for your friend getting invited and not you.
- If only rule-governed real numbers are considered, then discontinuous functions cannot be ruled out on logical grounds.
- It would seem logical that we could expect the same results from these new technologies.
- Being a conservative talk show host is a logical extension of his upbringing, notes Pendleton.
- An argument is logically valid if and only if its conclusion is a logical consequence of its premises.
- My partner read it and told me I was bottling the serious logical argument.
- In the short term, that certainly doesn't mean abandoning the Ethical Trade launch - this is a logical brand extension.
- His benign nihilism seems only logical within a society consumed by conflicting and destructive beliefs.
- Lamont follows this argument through to its logical conclusion.
- Which of the following is the most logical conclusion based on the above?
- He emphasised it was logical to expect them to hover around the end of 2006 or the beginning of 2007.
- Why not subject them to the same questions that get directed against logical rules?
- The subsequent breakdown seemed a quite logical consequence of history.
- Aristotle had also dealt with this type of logical argument.
- However, I think it is quite normal to hold two views that, if taken to their logical conclusions, really are contradictory.
- Celebrity campaigning is a logical extension of celebrity charity work, as Princess Diana showed when she took up landmines.
- Would that not have been more democratic, not to say far more sensible and logical?
- I guess when you're coming with this kind of force, it's kind of logical to expect a kind of deflation quotient in the media.
- Taken to its logical conclusion, the argument by the Petitioners would lead to absurdity.
- Life has to be balanced and happy so when I made the conscious decision to try to keep my work and the rest of my life separate, it was the logical decision to come back up the road.
- Thus it is logical to assume that there is something radically wrong with the muscle in a patient with asthma.
- However it seems to me that that is a natural and logical progression of thought which could reasonably be based on the reasons advanced by the mother.
- It is actually the logical progression from their self-titled debut.
- Taking these conditions into consideration provided a more logical explanation for this anomaly.
- With finite medical resources it seems only logical to manage those health problems as efficiently as possible.
- They are all constructed according to a common logical plan.
- As Jon might expect, I reckon the logical progression is indeed open to argument.
- Increasing specialism is a logical extension in secondary care.
- After this discovery, mathematicians increasingly regarded their results as logical consequences of axioms, rather than as absolute truths.
- Allow yourself to feel the concepts in it without continually analysing the argument for consistency and logical structure.
- It's more, as I see it, a proactive way to deal with the situation, something that's sensible and logical.
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