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logically possible

adj
(Logic) capable of being described without self-contradiction
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And what sort of evidence is logically possible? The difficulty of this question arises through the fact that the sensation which an image is supposed to copy is in the past when the image exists, and can therefore only be known by memory, while, on the other hand, memory of past sensations seems only possible by means of present images.
But it seems logically possible for a person to be bad to some people but good to others.
If there is a second dimension of time--a so-called hypertime--is it logically possible for the past to change?
What kind of device would be both useful as a future-viewing instrument and logically possible? The analysis must start with consideration of a foundational issue--information.
Not only can we see that this is logically possible, look at the real-world example of China in the past 35 years, after the reform.
For something to be possible it must either be physically possible or logically possible. Because science studies certain aspects of the physical world, it is taken for the most part to be concerned with what is physically possible.
The growing threat from Daesh (the self-proclaimed Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant) has obviously made it logically possible for the Americans and Russians to reach such a deal.
if this is logically possible, we are ready to reach Bulgaria after [we build "Turkish Stream"] - the European Commission has already asked us to do so.
Tired of waiting for the release date of "Winds of Winter," fans of the popular book series are choosing to go online to speculate what is logically possible in the next book for Cersei Lannister after the events in the previous book.
Seed's project to re-narrate and re-situate Cold War narratives in Under the Shadow includes "more material about" and gives "more detailed attention" to key nuclear narratives (6) and, crucially, is published at a moment when this return to the Cold War seems logically possible once more.
While there are a number of logically possible worlds (with a possible world defined as a maximal set of substances that could coexist were they to be actualized together), all but one are metaphysically impossible, because all but one are incompatible with God's necessary choice to create maximal goodness (108).
Phenomenologists like Drummond, for example, tend to find the modal argument for indirect perception uncompelling--e.g., that it is logically possible to have exactly the same experience with a veridical object present and when it is not present in a hallucination.