Logic is the concept of ordered thought, leading to a correct result. The natural form of logic is that a given situation or premise creates a reliable set of logical suppositions, which can be proven or disproven. The operation of logic is theoretically hierarchical and orderly, but the nature of logical supposition also means that the progression of logic develops according to the nature of the issues, which may require extrapolation and the process of proof. 
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