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traditional logic

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(Philosophy) the logic of the Late Middle Ages, derived from Aristotelian logic, and concerned esp with the study of syllogism
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It transformed Europe's traditional logic of balance of power and helped bring about democracy in the Continent although it was dominated by the US.
it may seem paradoxical for traditional logic, the Trinity can be
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These insights, all inspired by natural systems, offer a first set of principles that allow us to achieve results that traditional logic and management cannot even imagine.
The left hemisphere of the brain was identified as the side responsible for traditional logic, higher-level verbal skills and sequential processing (Runco, 2007).
It is on this account that the authors designate the period from Kepler to Newton as "Baroque," intending the term in something like its original use in traditional logic for an excessively complex syllogism.
In contrast with traditional logic theory, where binary sets have two-valued logic: true or false, fuzzy logic variables may have a truth value that ranges in degree between 0 and 1.
Neither must it be forgotten that the old traditional logic and its progeny, our language and habits, work against us.
Most boards still have some traditional logic families so the tester needs to deal with voltages from -2.5 V to 5.5 V but use the programming resolution to test 0.8-V logic with its 240-mV windows for both drive and sense (Figure 3).
At the beginning of the past century there were three disciplines of logic: Symbolic logic (refers to the immediate reality surrounding objects and their properties, the relationships between the states of affairs), the traditional logic (refers to what are these objects, to their essences) and speculative logic (refers to the processuality of objects).
It is a decision which has raised eyebrows, with traditional logic suggesting one captain is the most desirable set-up.
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