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Noun Concept
Categories: Concepts in logic, Deductive reasoning, Arguments, Proof theory, Model theory
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wisdom  wiseness  soundness  Arithmetic soundness  logical soundness
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The quality of being prudent and sensible WordNet 3.0
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logic
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The quality of being prudent and sensible WordNet 3.0 & Open English WordNet
In logic and deductive reasoning, an argument is sound if it is both valid in form and its premises are true. Wikipedia
A logical term meaning that an argument is valid and its premises are true Wikipedia Disambiguation
(Of a logical system) Its inference rules prove only formulas that are valid with respect to its semantics. OmegaWiki
The property (of an argument) of not only being valid, but also of having true premises. Wiktionary
The state, quality, or measure of being wise; wisdom. Wiktionary
The quality of being wise. Wiktionary (translation)