In agreement with the principles of logic. (adjective)
Of or pertaining to logic. (adjective)
Non-physical or conceptual yet underpinned by something physical or actual. (adjective)
Examples of word logical
So I decided to study people who had very different strength and different intelligences, people like Einstein, who had what I call logical mathematical intelligence; the painter Picasso, who was spatial intelligence; Gandhi, I had an example of interpersonal intelligence, somebody who understood other people very, very well.
It is assumed, I suppose, that contradictions among ideas and beliefs are of various degrees and of various modes besides that specific one which we call logical incompatibility.
Classes or series of particulars, collected together on account of some property which makes it convenient to be able to speak of them as wholes, are what I call logical constructions or symbolic fictions.
He is entrenched in what he calls a logical system, and he fires off texts as if from a machine-gun.
The logical choice—if any choice could be called logical under such conditions—was one of the western corridors rising to an altitude of no more than ten thousand feet.