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  • adj. Outside of the domain of logic.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Lying outside of the domain of logic.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Lying out of or beyond the province of logic, when this is conceived to be restricted to syllogistic and subsidiary doctrines, and to have no further concern with the truth or falsity of reasonings.


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extra- +‎ logical


  • Eventually, I came to understand that faith was, for lack of a better term, an "extralogical" function.

    Archive 2007-04-01

  • It was also the case that Polish logicians had inclinations to empiricism as a general epistemological attitude and this philosophy often resulted in sympathies to nominalism (Tarski), constructivism (Mostowski) and scepticism concerning the sharp distinction between logical and extralogical truth (Tarski).

    Lvov-Warsaw School

  • [A] s a condition for the use of logical inferences and the performance of logical operations, something must already be given to our faculty of representation, certain extralogical concrete objects that are intuitively present as immediate experience prior to all thought.

    Hilbert's Program

  • For Hegel, applying such an axiomatic method to the study of logic - of reason - would be tantamount to claiming that the starting point of reason sits outside what can be rationally grasped - that the ground of logic is extralogical - that the first principle of rational thought is irrational.


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