a thing that must logically be what it is
And thus this logical necessity has been the source of the greatest delusions.
Hume, however, has shown that this can never be a logical necessity.
It was practically forced into existence by logical necessity.
This does not mean that he was insincere—Nora's departure is a logical necessity.
The trial and execution of the king followed with a sort of logical necessity upon these things.
The commandment is, in fact, only the statement of a logical necessity.
The law of incompetence spreads still further, either by some process of logical necessity or by a sort of contagion.
But given the evidence before you, and your own powers of thought, and your judgment is a logical necessity.
To the writer, the former conception seems a logical necessity.
All the other predicates of the First Cause follow from the above principles with logical necessity.