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 int
Philosophy 211: Homework 7 ANSWER KEY 1. Determine whether the following are sentences or non-sentence formulas. Circle any free variables that occur. [10 points]
Sentence
Non-Sentence Formula
1. (x)( y)[Hxzy ( z)(Lzx v Pzy)] 2. ~( x)[Gx & (z)(y)(Rxyz Qzy
Philosophy 211: Homework 8 KEY 1. Using the following key, translate the following statements from English into PL. [20 pts.] UD: cfw_Doctor Who Tx: x is a Time Lord Ex: x is from Earth Gx: x is from Gallifrey Axy: x is an assistant of y r: Rose d: The Do
Philosophy 211: Practice Exam 1 Name:_ 1. Determine whether the following statements are true or false. 1. 4 is greater than 3 2. A set is consistent just in case there is a truth-value assignment on which at least one of its members is true 3. Equivalenc
Review of Semantic Concepts
Truth-functional truth: Statement true on every truth-value assignment Truth-functional falsity: Statement false on every truth-value assignment Truth-functional indeterminacy: Neither truth-functionally true nor truth-functio
At Most The book gives two different translations of at most on page 352: a longer version and a shortened version. After consulting numerous logic books and discussing the matter with other people, its apparent that the longer version is correct, but the
Philosophy 211
Casey Hart
Homework 2
Romin Abdolahzadi
Due 02/20/15
1. True or False. Clearly indicate whether or not each of the following statements are true or
false. Then, explain why the answer is what you said it is.
a. All logically valid arguments