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logical truth

noun
1.
another term for tautology (sense 2)
2.
the property of being logically tautologous
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  • I have given this explanation from regard simply to logical truth.

    Studies of Christianity James Martineau
  • There is logical truth, demonstrated by proceeding correctly from the premise.

    Wilderness of Spring Edgar Pangborn
  • These three aspects represent metaphysical, physical, and logical truth respectively.

    Giordano Bruno James Lewis McIntyre
  • His being is universal existence, and, as universals have only a logical truth, being in se is equivalent to Nothing.

  • A fact is only an element in truth, A logical truth is a proposition supported by facts.

    A Logic Of Facts George Jacob Holyoake

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