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Atticus is from the Greek the culture of benevolent rational though and logic .

The name Atticus is a boy’s name of Greek, Latin origin meaning “from Attica”. Atticus derives from the Greek Attikos, meaning “from Attica,” the Ancient Greek region that contained Athens.

Such mythic associations Athens elicits from Olympus and the gods to Raphael’s The School of Athens

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In the beginning was the Logos !!!

log·ic

/ˈläjik/

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noun: logic

1.
reasoning conducted or assessed according to strict principles of validity.”experience is a better guide to this than deductive logic”

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science of reasoning

science of deduction

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a particular system or codification of the principles of proof and inference.”Aristotelian logic”

the systematic use of symbolic and mathematical techniques to determine the forms of valid deductive argument.plural noun: logics

the quality of being justifiable by reason.”there’s no logic in telling her not to hit people when that’s what you’re doing”

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judgment

logical thought

rationality

cognition

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good sense

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the course of action or line of reasoning suggested or made necessary by.”if the logic of capital is allowed to determine events”

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reasoning

line of reasoning

chain of reasoning

process of reasoning

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a system or set of principles underlying the arrangements of elements in a computer or electronic device so as to perform a specified task.

logical operations collectively.

Origin (In the beginning was the Logos !!!)

late Middle English: via Old French logique and late Latin logica from Greek logikē (tekhnē) ‘(art) of reason’, from logos ‘word, reason’.

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combining form

suffix: -logic

equivalent to -logical (as in pharmacologic ).

Origin

from Greek -logikos .