- Aristotelian logic
- noun the traditional system of logic expounded by Aristotle and developed in the Middle Ages.

*English new terms dictionary.
2014.*

- Aristotelian logic
- noun the traditional system of logic expounded by Aristotle and developed in the Middle Ages.

*English new terms dictionary.
2014.*

**Aristotelian logic**— n. 1. Aristotle s method of deductive logic, characterized by the syllogism 2. the formal logic developed from Aristotle s … English World dictionary**Aristotelian logic**— noun the syllogistic logic of Aristotle as developed by Boethius in the Middle Ages • Hypernyms: ↑logic, ↑logical system, ↑system of logic … Useful english dictionary**Aristotelian logic**— 1. the logic of Aristotle, esp. in the modified form taught in the Middle Ages. 2. See traditional logic. [1830 40] * * * … Universalium**Aristotelian logic**— /ˌærɪstətiliən ˈlɒdʒɪk/ (say .aristuhteeleeuhn lojik) noun 1. the logic of Aristotle especially in the modified form taught in the Middle Ages. 2. formal logic, dealing with the logical form, rather than the content, of propositions, and based on …**Non-Aristotelian logic**— The term non Aristotelian logic, sometimes shortened to null A, means any non classical system of logic which rejects one of Aristotle s premises (see term logic). Contents 1 History 2 Use in science fiction 3 See also 4 … Wikipedia**Logic in Islamic philosophy**— Logic (Arabic: Mantiq ) played an important role in early Islamic philosophy. Islamic law placed importance on formulating standards of argument, which gave rise to a novel approach to logic in Kalam, as seen in the method of qiyas . This… … Wikipedia**logic, history of**— Introduction the history of the discipline from its origins among the ancient Greeks to the present time. Origins of logic in the West Precursors of ancient logic There was a medieval tradition according to which the Greek philosopher … Universalium**Logic**— For other uses, see Logic (disambiguation). Philosophy … Wikipedia**logic**— The general science of inference. Deductive logic, in which a conclusion follows from a set of premises, is distinguished from inductive logic, which studies the way in which premises may support a conclusion without entailing it. In deductive… … Philosophy dictionary**logic**— Synonyms and related words: Aristotelian logic, Boolean algebra, Ramistic logic, admissibility, aesthetics, algebra of classes, algebra of relations, axiology, casuistry, common sense, cosmology, deduction, dialectic, dialectics, doctrine of… … Moby Thesaurus