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Language vs. Logic

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Languagenoun

(countable) A body of words, and set of methods of combining them (called a grammar), understood by a community and used as a form of communication.

‘The English language and the German language are related.’; ‘Deaf and mute people communicate using languages like ASL.’;

Logicadjective

logical

Languagenoun

(uncountable) The ability to communicate using words.

‘the gift of language’;

Logicnoun

(uncountable) A method of human thought that involves thinking in a linear, step-by-step manner about how a problem can be solved. Logic is the basis of many principles including the scientific method.

Languagenoun

(uncountable) The vocabulary and usage of a particular specialist field.

‘legal language;’; ‘the language of chemistry’;

Logicnoun

The study of the principles and criteria of valid inference and demonstration.

Languagenoun

The expression of thought (the communication of meaning) in a specified way.

‘body language;’; ‘the language of the eyes’;

Logicnoun

The mathematical study of relationships between rigorously defined concepts and of mathematical proof of statements.

Languagenoun

A body of sounds, signs and/or signals by which animals communicate, and by which plants are sometimes also thought to communicate.

Logicnoun

A formal or informal language together with a deductive system or a model-theoretic semantics.

Languagenoun

A computer language; a machine language.

Logicnoun

(uncountable) Any system of thought, whether rigorous and productive or not, especially one associated with a particular person.

‘It's hard to work out his system of logic.’;

Languagenoun

(uncountable) Manner of expression.

Logicnoun

(uncountable) The part of a system (usually electronic) that performs the boolean logic operations, short for logic gates or logic circuit.

‘Fred is designing the logic for the new controller.’;

Languagenoun

(uncountable) The particular words used in a speech or a passage of text.

‘The language used in the law does not permit any other interpretation.’; ‘The language he used to talk to me was obscene.’;

Logicverb

To engage in excessive or inappropriate application of logic.

Languagenoun

(uncountable) Profanity.

Logicverb

(transitive) To apply logical reasoning to.

Languagenoun

A languet, a flat plate in or below the flue pipe of an organ.

Logicverb

(transitive) To overcome by logical argument.

Languageverb

To communicate by language; to express in language.

Logicnoun

The science or art of exact reasoning, or of pure and formal thought, or of the laws according to which the processes of pure thinking should be conducted; the science of the formation and application of general notions; the science of generalization, judgment, classification, reasoning, and systematic arrangement; the science of correct reasoning.

‘Logic is the science of the laws of thought, as thought; that is, of the necessary conditions to which thought, considered in itself, is subject.’;

Languagenoun

Any means of conveying or communicating ideas;

Logicnoun

A treatise on logic; as, Mill's Logic.

Languagenoun

The expression of ideas by writing, or any other instrumentality.

Logicnoun

correct reasoning; as, I can't see any logic in his argument; also, sound judgment; as, the logic of surrender was uncontestable.

Languagenoun

The forms of speech, or the methods of expressing ideas, peculiar to a particular nation.

Logicnoun

The path of reasoning used in any specific argument; as, his logic was irrefutable.

Languagenoun

The characteristic mode of arranging words, peculiar to an individual speaker or writer; manner of expression; style.

‘Others for language all their care express.’;

Logicnoun

A function of an electrical circuit (called a gate) that mimics certain elementary binary logical operations on electrical signals, such as AND, OR, or NOT; as, a logic circuit; the arithmetic and logic unit.

Languagenoun

The inarticulate sounds by which animals inferior to man express their feelings or their wants.

Logicnoun

the branch of philosophy that analyzes inference

Languagenoun

The suggestion, by objects, actions, or conditions, of ideas associated therewith; as, the language of flowers.

‘There was . . . language in their very gesture.’;

Logicnoun

reasoned and reasonable judgment;

‘it made a certain kind of logic’;

Languagenoun

The vocabulary and phraseology belonging to an art or department of knowledge; as, medical language; the language of chemistry or theology.

Logicnoun

the principles that guide reasoning within a given field or situation;

‘economic logic requires it’; ‘by the logic of war’;

Languagenoun

A race, as distinguished by its speech.

‘All the people, the nations, and the languages, fell down and worshiped the golden image.’;

Logicnoun

a system of reasoning

Languagenoun

Any system of symbols created for the purpose of communicating ideas, emotions, commands, etc., between sentient agents.

Logic

Logic (from Greek: λογική, logikḗ, 'possessed of reason, intellectual, dialectical, argumentative') is the systematic study of valid rules of inference, i.e. the relations that lead to the acceptance of one proposition (the conclusion) on the basis of a set of other propositions (premises).

Languagenoun

Any set of symbols and the rules for combining them which are used to specify to a computer the actions that it is to take; also referred to as a computer lanugage or programming language; as, JAVA is a new and flexible high-level language which has achieved popularity very rapidly.

Languageverb

To communicate by language; to express in language.

‘Others were languaged in such doubtful expressions that they have a double sense.’;

Languagenoun

a systematic means of communicating by the use of sounds or conventional symbols;

‘he taught foreign languages’; ‘the language introduced is standard throughout the text’; ‘the speed with which a program can be executed depends on the language in which it is written’;

Languagenoun

(language) communication by word of mouth;

‘his speech was garbled’; ‘he uttered harsh language’; ‘he recorded the spoken language of the streets’;

Languagenoun

a system of words used in a particular discipline;

‘legal terminology’; ‘the language of sociology’;

Languagenoun

the cognitive processes involved in producing and understanding linguistic communication;

‘he didn't have the language to express his feelings’;

Languagenoun

the mental faculty or power of vocal communication;

‘language sets homo sapiens apart from all other animals’;

Languagenoun

the text of a popular song or musical-comedy number;

‘his compositions always started with the lyrics’; ‘he wrote both words and music’; ‘the song uses colloquial language’;

Language

A language is a structured system of communication used by humans, based on speech and gesture (spoken language), sign, or often writing. The structure of language is its grammar and the free components are its vocabulary.

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