Formal Logic: Symbolizing Arguments in Sentential Logic — 1000-Word Philosophy: An Introductory Anthology

Author: Thomas MetcalfCategory: Logic and ReasoningWord count: 1000 An argument is a set of statements (the premises) intended to provide evidence for, or prove, some conclusion.[1] Formal logic is a tool we can use to present and evaluate arguments. Some arguments are better than others and formal logic can help us see exactly how some […]

Formal Logic: Symbolizing Arguments in Sentential Logic — 1000-Word Philosophy: An Introductory Anthology

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