Logical Corollary

Logical Corollary

 

a judgment (statement, proposition, formula) that is the logical result of, or in other words, follows logically from the premises of a conclusion or from the premises of an inference consisting of a series of conclusions; that which can be inferred from the premises on the basis of the rules and laws of logic.

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The logical corollary of refusing to deal with Mian Shehbaz is that Imran should have refused to host Saudi Crown Prince Muhammad bin Salman until he cleared himself of the murder charges against him, joining the journalists who mentioned this charge on the social media, instead of setting the FIA on them.
"The accusation was that plaintiff fabricated the evidence in her report, perjured herself in her testimony in a murder trial, and intentionally or recklessly contributed to a possible wrongful conviction of an innocent person, with the logical corollary that the actual murderer would remain free to commit more crimes," Judge Donna Stroud wrote for the court.
Well, between the widely accepted biblical view that being moral consists in selflessly serving others--and the widespread secular agreement on this matter--and the logical corollary that rights therefore "must be completely put away"--and all of this having been deeply inculcated in children for several decades in American schools--is it any wonder that young Americans have so much passion for socialism and so little for capitalism?
"President Moon's Southern Policy has therefore been a logical corollary of his peace initiatives and with that we can foresee the relationship between India and Korea flower and spread into multiple new dimensions," Joshi pointed out.
But if you make use of the converse of that law, as in, hail the shepherd and the sheep will gather, you will surely get a logical corollary that can be used as an appeal in crowd-baiting management.
Indeed, the rise of nationalism is an almost logical corollary of the policies pursued.
It is only a logical corollary, therefore, that the Porbandar parliamentary seat has two contestants with several criminal cases against them -- one from the BJP and the other from the NCP, which is fighting the seat as part of a poll arrangement with the Congress party.
Because the logical corollary of my colleague's lack of knowledge is that I am probably similarly ignorant of the popular culture of her generation.
So, the logical corollary is that blue-collar workers, too, are provided with the same level of administrative support.
For some parents, though, the logical corollary to eliminating gifts is scaling down the size of the accompanying party.
High levels of private debt, borrowed against collateral afforded by inflated house prices, was the logical corollary, since this was necessary to maintain the consumer demand that drove growth across the economy.
Zuckerman does not so much prove this for Du Bois as to make an argument about a general tendency among the founders of sociology and what he perceives as a logical corollary to a commitment to a "sociological perspective" (12-13).