# formal logic definition

• noun:
• The study for the properties of propositions and deductive thinking by abstraction and evaluation of type as opposed to the content of propositions into consideration.
• The study for the properties of propositions and deductive thinking by abstraction and analysis of kind as opposed to the content of propositions under consideration.
• Mathematical reasoning.
• the research of properties of propositions and deductive thinking by abstraction and analysis of this type as opposed to the content of propositions under consideration.
• Mathematical logic.
• the research for the properties of propositions and deductive reasoning by abstraction and evaluation regarding the type rather than the content of propositions in mind.
• A particular reasonable calculus.
• Mathematical reasoning.
• Mathematical logic.
• A particular rational calculus.
• any rational system that abstracts the type of statements far from their content in order to establish abstract criteria of consistency and validity
• a specific rational calculus.
• any rational system that abstracts the type of statements away from their particular content so that you can establish abstract requirements of consistency and credibility
• any reasonable system that abstracts the type of statements away from their content to establish abstract criteria of persistence and substance
• A particular logical calculus.
• any reasonable system that abstracts the type of statements far from their content being establish abstract criteria of persistence and quality
• The study regarding the properties of propositions and deductive thinking by abstraction and evaluation of form rather than the content of propositions in mind.
• the analysis of the properties of propositions and deductive thinking by abstraction and analysis of the kind rather than the content of propositions under consideration.
• Mathematical logic.
• Mathematical logic.
• the analysis of the properties of propositions and deductive thinking by abstraction and analysis of the form as opposed to the content of propositions under consideration.
• A particular logical calculus.
• a certain logical calculus.
• Mathematical reasoning.
• a specific rational calculus.
• any rational system that abstracts the type of statements away from their content to establish abstract criteria of consistency and validity
• any logical system that abstracts the type of statements far from their content so that you can establish abstract requirements of consistency and substance
• any reasonable system that abstracts the type of statements away from their content to establish abstract requirements of persistence and credibility
• the analysis of this properties of propositions and deductive thinking by abstraction and evaluation regarding the type as opposed to the content of propositions under consideration.
• Mathematical reasoning.
• A particular reasonable calculus.
• any reasonable system that abstracts the type of statements far from their content so that you can establish abstract requirements of persistence and substance

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