Proofs Glossary


Concepts used in understanding the basic arguments

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Logical

Definitions: 1) the art of thinking and reasoning justly; 2) formally true or valid; 3) capable of reasoning in an orderly coherent fashion; using correct rationality; 4) a persuasive argument with an expected and necessary progression; one thing reasonably and sensibly following each statement; 5) the presentation of facts, feelings, and/or beliefs so as to give the listener reason to accept a given conclusion