Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • To exercise one's logical powers; argue. Also spelled logicise.

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Examples

  • It was the long endeavor to logicize what we can only realize practically or in immediate experience.

    The Nitrous Oxide Philosopher

  • The nineteenth century had arithmetized mathematics; the proposal of Frege and Russell was to logicize arithmetic, that is, to construct its primitive terms and primitive propositions with the aid of purely logical terms and purely logical propositions.

    AXIOMATIZATION

  • It was the long endeavor to logicize what we can only realize practically or in immediate experience.

    Memories and Studies

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