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Chapter 3 Categorical Logic.docx
Chapter 3 Categorical Logic.docx

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School
Ryerson University
Department
Philosophy
Course
PHL 214
Professor
James Cunningham
Semester
Fall

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Chapter 3 Categorical Logic 31 Categorical syllogismAn inference from two categorical premisesCategorical statements are the logic from which arguments are constructedSubject term tells us which things the statement is aboutPredicate term characterizes the members of the subject termScope word tells us how many members of the subject term were talking aboutCopula is what joins the subject to predicateUniversal affirmation makes a positive statement about all members of the subject classParticular affirmation it is about some particular members of the subject class32 Distributed and undistributed termsDistributed term makes a claim about all members of the class that it namesUndistributed term makes a claim about some but not all of the members of the class that it names33 Distribution of subject termsSubject terms in unive
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