Definitions: (1) having a powerful appeal to the mind; convincing; (2) a sound argument presented with lucidity and, often, telling evidence; 3) compelling serious attention; pertinent; 4) a valid use of logic; 5) common sense made relevant and meaningful to an audience

Compatible Qualities: Compassionate, Listening, Logical

Quote: There are proofs that date back to the Greeks that are still valid today. — Sir Andrew John Wiles (1953) English mathematician