Thus, the logic goes, it means a father could marry his adopted daughter.
But Grayson has put his finger on the logic of the conservative approach to the issue.
The result is a Darwinian get-this-thing-out-of-me logic in which the mother merely tries to survive the unexpected birth.
All submissions were screened to ensure that the data met several parameters of logic and consistency.
“It took that long to get it all in,” said Coltrane, and Miles accepted the logic of the answer.
The tenderfoot, struck by the logic of this reasoning, fell silent.
I was disgusted with this logic, though it was perfectly consistent with all I knew of the man.
By a jump in his logic Tabs began to suspect that she must be beautiful.
The distinctions of the law are founded on experience, not on logic.
Blank ended his argument in a voice that left no doubt of his own faith in the effectiveness of his logic.
mid-14c., "branch of philosophy that treats of forms of thinking," from Old French logique (13c.), from Latin (ars) logica, from Greek logike (techne) "reasoning (art)," from fem. of logikos "pertaining to speaking or reasoning," from logos "reason, idea, word" (see logos). Meaning "logical argumentation" is from c.1600.
The branch of philosophy dealing with the principles of reasoning. Classical logic, as taught in ancient Greece and Rome, systematized rules for deduction. The modern scientific and philosophical logic of deduction has become closely allied to mathematics, especially in showing how the foundations of mathematics lie in logic.