## A modern introduction to logic |

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abstraction analogy analysis argument Aristotle assert assumption axioms battle of Naseby believe C. D. Broad called causal laws cause Chap Chapter characteristics conception concerned conclusion connexion connotation connotation and denotation consider constituent contradictory contraposition deductive system defined definition demonstrative descriptive phrase determine discussion disjunctive distinction distinguish E. H. Shepard equivalent example experience expressed F. P. Ramsey fact factors false follows formal Hence hypothesis implies important individual induction instance interpretation involved J. M. Keynes Keynes kind language logical major premiss mathematical means Mill Mill's modes nature non-P notion object observed occur ordinary proper name particular possible precise predicate Principia Mathematica principle problem properties propositional function reasoning reference referend regard relation Russell scientific method scientist sense sentence significance simple propositions Socrates statement supposed syllogism theory things thinking tion traditional Logicians true universal universal propositions valid variable Waverley word