The Republic and Protagoras both written by Plato, examines the topics of justice, soul, virtue, as well
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UNIT 2
SENTENTIAL LOGIC: SYMBOLIZATION
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2.4 E1
UNDERSTANDING THE MATERIAL CONDITIONAL
A LITTLE LOGIC PUZZLE: Discussion & Answers
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PHL245 Unit 3: Introduction to Derivations in SL
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Arguments and Symbolic Form
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discussed two strategi
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3.11 E1
Which inference rule if any justifies the following arguments?
(S, ADJ, ADD, MTP, BC, CB or none)
a) R (P ~S)
(P ~S) R
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(P ~S) R
b) (P Q) (S T)
UNIT 6
DERIVATIONS FOR PREDICATE LOGIC
6.1 Extending the Derivation System
Now that weve learnt how to symbolize sentences using predicates, operations and quantifiers, we need to
extend our derivatio
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consumed of apples has fallen. But this doesn't mean that demand
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. Assignment 1
Translation and Symbolization
Reading: Kalish, Montague, and Mar, chapter I, sectioris 1—2.
I. For each o
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Translation and Symbolization
Reading: KMM,ch_ap. II, secs, 1-3.
',From each of the. following sentences obtain a symb
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UNIT 1: REASON AND ARGUMENT
Answers to exercises
1.4 E 1
Some students will undoubtedly pass this course. Hence it is clear that some students in this
class will do the exercises, since nobody passe
UNIT 2: SYMBOLIZATION EXERCISES 1
Negation and Conditional
Symbolize each of the following sentences using the abbreviation scheme provided:
P: The Toronto Maple Leafs win.
Q: The Washington Capitals
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Assignment 2
Derivability and Validity
Reading: KMM, chap. I, secs. 35.
Show by constructing annotated derivations that t
PHL245: Chapter 2, Section 8-11
Section 8 Truth-value analysis of sentences
-a symbolic sentence, like an English sentence, may have one of two truth values, truth (T) or falsehood
(F) but not both
Tr
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Assignment 5
Abbreviated Derivations
I. Show by constructing derivations that the following arguments are valid;
1. pus/L5) . (o-
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Derivations
Reading: KMM, chap. 111, secs. 5-11.
1. Construct a dewitaon for each of the following arguments.
Chapter 2 section 7-8
How to derive conjunctions, disjunctions, conditionals p. 83
(1) To derive a sentence PvQX
derive first PX
and QX
(2) To derive PQ where P is not a disjunction, use conditional d
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Derivations
Reading: KMM, chap. II, secs. 34.
I. Show by constructing derivations that the following arguemts are v
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PHI. 2453 Modern Symbolic Logic
Assignment #6 '
Truth-Value Analysis
Reading: Kalish and Montague, pp.87105.
I. It happens that a set of symbolic sentences is tr
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PHL 245s: ' Modern Symbolic Logic
Assignment 7
Translation and Symbolization
Reading: KMM, chap. 111, secs. 1-4.
For each of the following formulas, construct a gr
Critical Reasoning Week 3: Arguments and
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