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because it is a method of systematized body of tried and true knowledge which is concerned with the rectitude of reasoning. It follows a process of making a falsifiable hypothesis, testing this hypothesis with experiments and refining a new hypothesis based on the outcomes.

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Q: Why is logic considered science?
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