Etymology: From the Latin perspicuus, in turn from perspicere, to see through something.
- Clearly expressed, easy to understand; lucid. Used in logic to describe a language or notation, such as that of formal propositional calculus, where the process of inference from premise, premises to conclusion is explicitly laid out.
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