English noun: logic 
1.  logic (cognition) the branch of philosophy that analyzes inference 

 Broader (hypernym)  philosophy 

 Narrower (hyponym)  modal logic 

 Domain category members  analytic, analytical, apodeictic, apodictic, arity, axiom, categorematic, completeness, consistency, contradiction, contradiction in terms, corollary, explanandum, explanans, explicandum, extensional, inductive, inferential, intensional, interchangeable, logic operation, logical operation, logical quantifier, logical relation, negation, non sequitur, noninterchangeable, nonmonotonic, paradox, particular, particular proposition, posit, postulate, postulation, predicate, predication, presuppose, proof, proposition, quantifier, quantify, reflexiveness, reflexivity, scopal, subject, suppose, syncategorematic, synthetic, synthetical, tautology, transitivity, universal, universal proposition 

2.  logic (cognition) reasoned and reasonable judgment 

 Samples  It made a certain kind of logic.


 Broader (hypernym)  common sense, good sense, gumption, horse sense, mother wit, sense 

3.  logic (cognition) the principles that guide reasoning within a given field or situation 

 Samples  Economic logic requires it. By the logic of war.


 Broader (hypernym)  principle 

4.  logic (cognition) the system of operations performed by a computer that underlies the machine's representation of logical operations 

 Broader (hypernym)  system, system of rules 

 Domain category  computer science, computing 

5.  logic (cognition) a system of reasoning 

 Synonyms  logical system, system of logic 

 Broader (hypernym)  system, system of rules 

 Narrower (hyponym)  Aristotelian logic, formal logic, mathematical logic, symbolic logic 

 Domain category members  contradict, deduce, deduct, derive, elicit, extrapolate, induce, infer, negate 
