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Logical Symbols

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Department
Philosophy
Course
PHI1101
Professor
Serge Nadeau
Semester
Fall

Description
Sentences of the form “if …, then … ” are called conditionals or hypotheticals. In a conditional, the component immediately following if is called the antecedent; the component sentence following then is the consequent. That is, in P Q, P is the antecedent, and Q is the consequent. Valid Argument Forms Invalid Argument Forms Using the Forms to Show Validity Example 1:
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