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Unformatted text preview: if the premises are true, we must accept the conclusion) You must translate Natural Language (NL) sentences and arguments into Propositional Logic (PL) by doing the following: Making a key, showing each atomic formula and corresponding sentence letter Having a grasp of the 5 connectives: ~, , v, , and  Using those connectives and their meanings/functions, together with your sentence letters to translate a sentence into PL Truth Tables: Be familiar with the basic truth tables for each connective Know how to locate the main connective of a formula  Construct a truth table for a formula and then tell me whether it is inconsistent, tautologous, or contingent Construct truth tables for the premises and conclusion of a sequent (argument) and then determine whether it is valid or invalid (this is the Comparative Method in Chapter 4 you will not be required to know the other methods)...
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This note was uploaded on 06/02/2011 for the course PHIL 110 taught by Professor ? during the Spring '06 term at South Carolina.
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