01. You need to apply a proper system of [logic] to solve these problems.
02. I don't understand the [logic] of your arguments.
03. Don't look for [logic] in language because language is created by human beings, not by a machine.
04. If you approach the situation [logically], rather than emotionally, you can make a much fairer decision.
05. It is not [logical] to think that someone will do something just because you think it is the best thing to do.
06. It seems [illogical] to me that marijuana is illegal when dangerous drugs like alcohol and tobacco are freely available.
07. The [logical] way to reduce the number of cars on the road would be to make mass transit more attractive.
08. Charles Kettering once suggested that [logic] is a system whereby one may go wrong with confidence.
09. Writer Charlotte Bronte once suggested that it is better to be without [logic] than without feeling.
10. The great fictional detective Sherlock Holmes applied [logic] to solve puzzling crimes.
11. In Bolivia, March 19 was seen as the [logical] choice to hold Father's Day because it is the day honoring Saint-Joseph, the step-father of Jesus.
12. One's ability to reason [logically] and abstractly is increased through the study of mathematics.
13. The ability to think [logically] is an important skill that you will use in any profession you choose, as well as in daily life.
14. Red was considered the [logical] choice to mean stop for traffic signals because it has long been associated with danger.
15. After women replaced men in the factories during the First World War, it became [illogical] to continue to deny them the right to vote.

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