## A handbook of logic |

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### Contents

r What is logic? | 1 |

The analysis of propositions | 13 |

Inferences from simple propositions | 33 |

Copyright | |

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affirmative alternation analytic antecedent antilogism argue argument Aristotle assert assume axioms called categorical syllogism cats causal class calculus classical logic classical logicians commit the fallacy construct contradictory contraposition deductive system definition disjunctive distributed enthymemes example existential expression F F F F T F f V q figure formal logic formalist formula girls grampuses Hence Id.S Id.T illicit minor implies q inductive inference introverts invalid language large number law of noncontradiction logical machines main column major premise material equivalence mathematics means method middle term Mill's Mill's methods minor negation negative notation number of instances obverse ordinary paradox postulates predicate term principle proof propositional calculus prove q is false q is true question relation rule simple sorites statements subject term superaltern Suppose syllogistic symbolic tautology theorem things tion tive truth functions truth table truth values undistributed universal valid Venn diagrams