Logic Puzzle

A logic puzzle is a puzzle deriving from the mathematics field of deduction.

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Logic Puzzle - Logic Grid Puzzles
... Another form of logic puzzle, popular among puzzle enthusiasts and available in magazines dedicated to the subject, is a format in which the set-up to a scenario is given, as ... These are often referred to as "logic grid" puzzles ... The most famous example may be the so-called Zebra Puzzle, which asks the question Who Owned the Zebra? ...
The Hardest Logic Puzzle Ever
... The Hardest Logic Puzzle Ever is a logic puzzle invented by American philosopher and logician George Boolos and published in The Harvard Review of Philosophy in 1996 ... The puzzle is inspired by Raymond Smullyan ...
... Kakuro or Kakkuro (Japanese カックロ) is a kind of logic puzzle that is often referred to as a mathematical transliteration of the crossword ... Kakuro puzzles are regular features in many math-and-logic puzzle publications in the United States ... kasan kurosu (加算クロス, addition cross), seems to have gained general acceptance and the puzzles appear to be titled this way now in most publications ...

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    Scholars and artists thrown together are often annoyed at the puzzle of where they differ. Both work from knowledge; but I suspect they differ most importantly in the way their knowledge is come by. Scholars get theirs with conscientious thoroughness along projected lines of logic; poets theirs cavalierly and as it happens in and out of books. They stick to nothing deliberately, but let what will stick to them like burrs where they walk in the fields.
    Robert Frost (1874–1963)

    Our argument ... will result, not upon logic by itself—though without logic we should never have got to this point—but upon the fortunate contingent fact that people who would take this logically possible view, after they had really imagined themselves in the other man’s position, are extremely rare.
    Richard M. Hare (b. 1919)