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λογι^κ-ός , ή, όν, (λόγος)
A.of or for speaking or speech, μέρη λ. the organs of speech, Plu.Cor.38: λογική, , speech, opp. μουσική, D.H. Comp. 11; “λ. φαντασίαexpressed in speech, Stoic.2.61.
2. of or in eloquence, “ἀγῶνεςPhilostr.VS1.22.1; “ἀκροάσεις λ. καὶ ὀργανικαίSupp.Epigr.2.184.6 (Tanagra, ii B.C.).
3. suited for prose, “ ἡρῷος σεμνὸς καὶ οὐ λ.Demetr.Eloc.42; τὸ λ., opp. τὸ μεγαλοπρεπές, ib.41; of persons, writing in prose, D.L.5.85; “ἐγκώμιον λ.in prose, IG9(2).531.43 (Thess.).
II. possessed of reason, intellectual, “μέροςTi.Locr.99e, al.; “τὸ λ. ζῷονChrysipp.Stoic.3.95; ἀρεταὶ λ., = διανοητικαί, opp. ἠθικαί, Arist.EN1108b9.
2. dialectical, argumentative, οἱ λ. διάλογοι of Plato, such as the Theaetetus and Cratylus, D.L.3.58; in Arist. usu. like διαλεκτικός, λ. συλλογισμός APo.93a15, cf. Top.162b27; “διὰ λογικωτέρων καὶ ἀκριβεστέρων λόγωνmore abstract, Metaph. 1080a10; λ. δυσχέρειαι ib.1005b22; “λ. ἀπόδειξιςGA747b28; but also, logical, λ. συλλογισμοί, opp. ῥητορικοί, Rh.1355a13. Adv. -“κῶςdialectically, Metaph. 1029b13, APo.84a7, 88a19; “φυσικῶς καὶ λ.GC316a11: Comp. -ώτερον Cael.275b12.
b. Subst., λογική (sc. τέχνη) logic, Cic.Fin.1.7.22; also “τὰ λογικάId.Tusc.4.14.33; περὶ λογικῶν title of work, Democr.10b; τὸ λ., opp. τὸ φυσικόν, τὸ ἠθικόν, Zeno Stoic. 1.15, etc.
3. of the 'dogmatic' school of physicians, “ λ. αἵρεσιςGal.Sect.Intr.1.
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