• (adv): In a logical manner.
    Example: "He acted logically under the circumstances"
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on logically:

Ontological Argument - Development - Norman Malcolm
... Anselm's second first, that a being whose non-existence is logically impossible is greater than a being whose non-existence is logically possible, and secondly, that God is a being "than ... that it makes the proposition of God's existence a logically necessarily true statement (in the same way that "a square has four sides" is logically necessarily true) ...
Logical Possibility
... A logically possible proposition is one that can be asserted without implying a logical contradiction ... This is to say that a proposition is logically possible if there is some coherent way for the world to be, under which the proposition would be true ... Thus, "the sky is blue" (and all other actually true propositions) is logically possible there exists some logically coherent way for the world to be such that it is true, viz ...
Thomas Talbott - Problem of Evil
... atheistic philosophers came to abandon the claim that evil is logically inconsistent with the existence of God ... outrageous...that I will not dignify it with a reply...If Talbott is right, he is logically committed and morally obliged to oppose everyone dedicated to alleviating ... Talbott insists, "does not so much as identify the proposition that he claims logically commits me to the moral obligation he alleges much less does he make the required deduction." ...
Apollo 440 - Tributes - Omega Point
... matter and forces not only in a single universe, but in all universes whose existence is logically possible life will have spread into all spatial regions in all universes which could ...
Logical Truth and Logical Constants
... For instance, two statements or more are logically incompatible just in case their conjunction is logically false ... One statement logically implies another when it is logically incompatible with the negation of the other ... A statement is logically false just in case its negation is logically true, etc ...

More definitions of "logically":

  • (adv): According to logical reasoning.
    Example: "Logically, you should now do the same to him"

Famous quotes containing the word logically:

    ... the structure of our public morality crashed to earth. Above its grave a tombstone read, “Be tolerant—even of evil.” Logically the next step would be to say to our commonwealth’s criminals, “I disagree that it’s all right to rob and murder, but naturally I respect your opinion.” Tolerance is only complacence when it makes no distinction between right and wrong.
    Sarah Patton Boyle, U.S. civil rights activist and author. The Desegregated Heart, part 2, ch. 2 (1962)

    Worst of all, there is no sign of any relaxation of antisemitism. Logically it has nothing to do with Fascism. But the human race is imitative rather than logical; and as Fascism spreads antisemitism spreads.
    George Bernard Shaw (1856–1950)

    I’ve finally figured out why soap operas are, and logically should be, so popular with generations of housebound women. They are the only place in our culture where grown-up men take seriously all the things that grown-up women have to deal with all day long.
    Gloria Steinem (b. 1934)