Literally: logic/truth – road – organize – “in that way”
Alternately: Of someone’s thoughts or speech: coherent, cogent, rational; following a coherent thread or throughline from premise to conclusion. The nuance in modern usage seems to be of someone presenting a case that is clear and minimizes the barriers to getting agreement from others, especially in a business context.
Notes: This is another compound of compounds; 理路 refers to a line of reasoning, and 整然 refers to something being in proper order.
Replacing 然 with homophone 全 (“whole,” “all”) is an error.
This compound is considered an antonym of 支離滅裂.