logic

US/ˈlɑːdʒɪk/

UK/ˈlɒdʒɪk/

n. 逻辑（学）; 思维方式; （做某事的）道理

**Logic** is a method of reasoning that involves a series of statements, each of which must be true if the statement before it is true.

Apart from criminal investigation techniques, students learn forensic medicine, philosophy and logic.

除罪案调查技巧外，学生们还要学习法医学、哲学和逻辑学。

The **logic** of a conclusion or an argument is its quality of being correct and reasonable.

I don't follow the logic of your argument...

我不明白你的论点逻辑性何在。

There would be no logic in upsetting the agreements.

把协议推翻在逻辑上站不住脚。

A particular kind of **logic** is the way of thinking and reasoning about things that is characteristic of a particular type of person or particular field of activity.

The plan was based on sound commercial logic.

此计划基于合理的商业逻辑。

1. the branch of philosophy that analyzes inference

2. reasoned and reasonable judgment;

- it made a certain kind of logic

3. the principles that guide reasoning within a given field or situation;

- economic logic requires it
- by the logic of war

4. a system of reasoning

But in some logic teaching materials they are equated. This article chiefly discusses their differences.

但某些逻辑学教材仍将二者等同,本文主要谈它们的区别.

The book contains an excellent discussion of modal logic.

这本书包含了有关模态逻辑的精彩探讨.

Programmable logic, in particular field programmable gate array ( FPGA ) is such a solution.

可编程逻辑, 特别是现场可编程门阵列 ( FPGA ) 便是这样的解决方案.

However, you can also use the same logic to create an edit form.

另外, 你也可以运用相同逻辑来创建一个编辑数据的表单.

Different logic and epistemological view are showed in the solution toward these problems.

对于这些问题的不同解答,表现出了不同的逻辑观和认识论观点.