EXAM3 - EXAM 2 PHILOS 250 WI'94 Name:_ Jeff Koperski 8:30...

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EXAM 2 PHILOS 250 Name:________________________ WI'94 Jeff Koperski 8:30 9:30 Mary Ellen Smircich 7:30 8:30 I. Symbolize the following sentences using these translations: Gxµ §Error: Reference source not foundx is German, Cxµ §Error: Reference source not foundx is Canadian, Exµ §Error: Reference source not foundx is European, Mxµ §x is Maritian, Lxµ §x is a logician, Pxµ §x is a philosopher, Oxµ §x is lives near the ocean. (4 pts. each; not all sentences are true) 1. No Martians are German. 2. Some Canadians are not Martian. 3. Europeans are not Canadian. 4. Only Canadians are not Martian. 5. Not only Germans are European. 6. No one who is European is Canadian. 7. Some German logicians live by the ocean. 8. All Canadians and Germans who live by the ocean are philosophers. 9. No Europeans are both philosophers and logicians. 10. Any Canadian who is not a logician will live near the ocean if he is not a philosopher.
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This note was uploaded on 07/06/2010 for the course PHIL 123 taught by Professor Nichols during the Winter '08 term at Saginaw Valley.

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