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rigour

(US), rigor
Maths Logic logical validity or accuracy
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It is a philosophical mode that predates the logical rigor of Bertrand Russell and Ludwig Wittgenstein by two quiet millennia.
By drawing strength from the humility, logical rigor, and moral honesty of such books as Mere Christianity and The Problem of Pain, Cartoon was eventually able to recover from his painful loss and revive his dying faith.
Kerr's book is theologically dense and rich, and he manages to pursue his task with a logical rigor, systematic balance and intuitive insight that is not always found in such a successful combination.
While assembling logical rigor with fervent metaphysical imagination in articles of great literary density, the Bellunese author was known among the journalism profession to initiate his chronicles with a fictitious impression of ordinariness, predictability and poise.
The reader will note here the logical rigor, the subtlety, and the alertness for alternative possibility.