Exam 2 KEY - Philosophy 211: Exam 2 KEY 1. Determine...

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Philosophy 211: Exam 2 KEY 1. Determine whether the following statements are true or false. Do not worry about use/mention issues. 1. A set of statements is quantificationally consistent just in case the True False members of the set are true on every interpretation A set is quant. consistent just in case (if and only if) the members are true on SOME interpretation. 2. Entailment is a syntactic concept True False 3. A sentence of PL is quantificationally false just in case it is True False not derivable from Quant. indeterminate sentences are also not derivable from . 4. {~( 5 2200 w)(Hww ~Pw)} is a consistent set True False 5. {( 2200 x)[(Hx & Ix) Fx], ( 2200 x)~Fx, ( 2200 w)Hw} entails ‘~Ib’ True False 6. ‘( 2200 x)(Fx Gx) ( 2200 x)Gx’ is a quantificationally true statement True False 7. The following use of 2200 I does not violate restriction 2: True False 1. Mabc Obca 2. ( 2200 w)(Mwbc Obcw) 8. The rule ~ ( 2200 x)(Px
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Exam 2 KEY - Philosophy 211: Exam 2 KEY 1. Determine...

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