Of course, this argument can be carried to an illogical extreme.
In other words, in the world of logic, only the illogical has a chance.
This situation strikes some as illogical when characters' story lines involve such issues as menopause, aging, and pregnancy.
But voting-rights experts say the rule is unfair and illogical.
This is illogical—if, that is, you accept the logic that the markets are economic-forecasting mechanisms.
This is the meteorological or illogical rule, the "Summa Lex."
That is Nature's republicanism; thank God for it, but do not let it make you illogical.
Then indeed it will seem to be illogical, and it will be illogical, that love should be free when life has lost its freedom.
And even if he had had, the workings would have appeared to him illogical and unreasonable.
I had a persuasion, illogical but invincible, that I was still entitled to all the respect due to a man of unblemished honor.