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# categorical logic 1 - Categorical Logic I Beyond...

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Unformatted text preview: Categorical Logic I Beyond Propositional Logic Categorical Propositions The Four Basic Categorical Forms What Are Categories? categories are supposed to refect reality -- real divisions in nature. Language is entirely reliant on categories as tools oF expression. What Are Categories? “things said without any combination” –– Aristotle categories are supposed to refect reality -- real divisions in nature. Language is entirely reliant on categories as tools oF expression. What Are Categories? “things said without any combination” –– Aristotle what there is categories are supposed to refect reality -- real divisions in nature. Language is entirely reliant on categories as tools oF expression. What Are Categories? * Substance (e.g., man, horse) “things said without any combination” –– Aristotle what there is categories are supposed to refect reality -- real divisions in nature. Language is entirely reliant on categories as tools oF expression. What Are Categories? * Substance (e.g., man, horse) * Quantity (e.g., four-foot, five-foot) “things said without any combination” –– Aristotle what there is categories are supposed to refect reality -- real divisions in nature. Language is entirely reliant on categories as tools oF expression. What Are Categories? * Substance (e.g., man, horse) * Quantity (e.g., four-foot, five-foot) * Quality (e.g., white, grammatical) “things said without any combination” –– Aristotle what there is categories are supposed to refect reality -- real divisions in nature. Language is entirely reliant on categories as tools oF expression. What Are Categories? * Substance (e.g., man, horse) * Quantity (e.g., four-foot, five-foot) * Quality (e.g., white, grammatical) * Relation (e.g., double, half) “things said without any combination” –– Aristotle what there is categories are supposed to refect reality -- real divisions in nature. Language is entirely reliant on categories as tools oF expression. What Are Categories? * Substance (e.g., man, horse) * Quantity (e.g., four-foot, five-foot) * Quality (e.g., white, grammatical) * Relation (e.g., double, half) * Place (e.g., in the Lyceum, in the market-place) “things said without any combination” –– Aristotle what there is categories are supposed to refect reality -- real divisions in nature. Language is entirely reliant on categories as tools oF expression. What Are Categories? * Substance (e.g., man, horse) * Quantity (e.g., four-foot, five-foot) * Quality (e.g., white, grammatical) * Relation (e.g., double, half) * Place (e.g., in the Lyceum, in the market-place) * Date (e.g., yesterday, last year) “things said without any combination” –– Aristotle what there is categories are supposed to refect reality -- real divisions in nature....
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