system of logic

nouna system of reasoning• Syn: ↑logic, ↑logical system• Members of this Topic:• Hypernyms: ↑system, ↑system of rules• Hyponyms: ↑Aristotelian logic, ↑symbolic logic, ↑mathematical logic, ↑formal logic
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