logician

[loh-jish-uhn]
noun
a person who is skilled in logic.

Origin:
1350–1400; logic + -ian; replacing Middle English logicien < Middle French

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logician (lɒˈdʒɪʃən)
 
n
a person who specializes in or is skilled at logic

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logician
late 14c., from Fr. logicien (see logic).
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Example sentences
Confirmation bias is not only nothing new, in a properly trained logician, it
  can be avoided.
Maybe even a logician would benefit from some formal training in science before
  presuming to pontificate about how to do it.
As any logician could testify, however, these premises have no necessary
  relationship to their conclusion.
His father was a logician and a philosopher of science.
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