Metalogical

Met`a·log'ic·al adjective Beyond the scope or province of logic.
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Metalogical

• (a.) Beyond the scope or province of logic.
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Metalogical

That which belongs to the basis of logic. Metalogical truths are the laws of thought, the formal conditions of thinking inherent in reason. (Schopenhauer.) -- H.H. The same word is now commonly used in quite a different sense, as a synonym of syntactical. See syntax, logical. -- A.C.
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