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Cogency meaning

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cogency - examples of usage

  1. Mary and Mr. Clacton argued with a cogency and a ferocity which made the little woman feel that something very important- she hardly knew what- was taking place. - "Night and Day", Virginia Woolf.
  2. He had to rely on his remembrance of general principles; and he learned to reason from those general principles to his conclusions; and his success at the Bar depended upon the clearness of his statements and the cogency and force of his logic. - "Memoirs of Orange Jacobs", Orange Jacobs.
  3. He would not seek to justify a moral judgment, as would ethics, or to criticise the cogency of thought, as would logic; but only to describe the actual state as he found it. - "The Approach to Philosophy", Ralph Barton Perry.
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