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logic

Decision-making The sum total of education and experience that is integrated into a physician's medical decision-making processes. See Aunt Millie approach, Bayesian logic, Heuristic logic, Markov process, ROC analysis, Stochastic process.

logic,

n a disciplined method of reasoning or argumentation that employs the principles governing correct or reliable inference.

logic

the principles of reasoning.
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I suppose you are always interfering with your own feelings,and those of other people, and dogmatizing about the irrationality of this, that, and the other sentiment, and then ordering it to be suppressed because you imagine it to be inconsistent with logic.
Though they began by discussing all manner of subjects in Weeks' little room eventually the conversation always turned to religion: the theological student took a professional interest in it, and Hayward welcomed a subject in which hard facts need not disconcert him; when feeling is the gauge you can snap your angers at logic, and when your logic is weak that is very agreeable.
The best sword arm in all Christendom needs no other logic than the sword, I should think," said Brus, returning to his work.
But it was difficult to state intelligibly the grounds of this belief to that man of rigorous logic, if of infinite charity.
Everything had been calculated with a depth of precognition which, for the first time in thirty years, recalled to him the solid foresight and inflexible logic of the great cardinal.
That is what follows from the fact that it is cold; and not that a child who needs fresh air should remain at home," he would add with extreme logic, as if punishing someone for those secret illogical emotions that stirred within him.