Square of Opposition.docx - Running Head Square of Opposition Square of Opposition Marlene Orona PSY 341 West Coast University Running Head Square of

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Running Head: Square of Opposition Square of Opposition Marlene OronaPSY 341West Coast University
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Running Head: Square of Opposition Logic is something that is used every day, sometimes without even thinking about it. Every scenario has logic behind it in order for it to happen. There are different types of logic thatis used, one for example is categorical logic. Categorical logic is used to classify different claimsthat can then be represented in several diagrams to determine their relationship and their validity.One for example being the square of opposition, which is what I will be explaining throughout this paper and how it relates to each form of categorical logic. Categorical logic is a form of logic that deals with the classes of things (Moore & Parker, 2015). It usually uses words or phrases as a main element, which is also called a categorical term. A categorical preposition differentiates the relationship between the two and usually contains a subject term (S) and a predicate term (P) (Moore & Parker, 2015). A categorical preposition is what helps approve or disapprove a claim that is being made. Once a claim is
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