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Department
Philosophy
Course
PHIL 2001
Professor
All Professors
Semester
Winter

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Quick Notes PHIL 2001It is impossible for the premises to be true while at the same time the conclusion is falseno spacesNegation called the tildeIt is not the case that p is symbolized aspIF p IS TRUE THEN p IS FALSE AND VICE VERSA Conjunction called the amperstand and symbolboth p and q will be symbolized as pqBOTH STATEMENTS including theMUST BE TRUE FOR THETO BE TRUEv no spacesDisjunction called the wedgep or q will be symbolized as p v qAT LEAST ONE STATEMENT MUST BE TRUE FOR THETO BE TRUEc no spacesConditional called the horseshoeif p then q symbolized as pqWhenever when if only if etc
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