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logical consequence

n
(Logic) the relation that obtains between the conclusion and the premises of a formally valid argument
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And yet, come to think, it is a logical consequence enough.
So that a universal social collapse followed, as it were a logical consequence, upon world-wide war.
Gilbert Harman challenged the view that there is any straightforward connection between logical consequence and norms of reasoning.
Dramatic decline in bird species and numbers is an obvious and logical consequence of our own gung ho approach to development and the environment.
"In regard to the possibility of a coalition between VMRO-DPMNE and the Alliance for Albanians, I believe this will be a logical consequence of the political process in North Macedonia," Neziri told the paper.
The collapse of the palm oil industry, a veritable source of revenue, raw material for the food and cosmetics industry and a critical part of the overall national food production, was only a logical consequence of the truncation of the federal system of government.
"I also confirmed last night that, if the House declined to approve leaving without a deal on 29 March 2019, the Government would bring forward a motion on whether the House supports seeking to agree an extension to Article 50 with the EU, which is the logical consequence of the votes over the past two days in this House.
Logical consequence is to give testimony in the case.
In a strongly worded judgment given in London yesterday, he ruled the scheme breaches human rights laws and said discrimination was a "logical consequence" of the policy.
It's the logical consequence (to carry his party's slate), but this President is someone you cannot predict,' Panelo added.
The extension of the range they offer is a logical consequence of the change in the Labour Code banning retail sale on holidays.