Line Diagrams for Logic: Drawing Conclusions (Problems in Contemporary Philosophy S. v. 40)
By: George Englebretsen (author)Hardback
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This text presents a number of reasons for the reinstatement of a traditional terminist logic, contributing to the ongoing debate concerning the proper connections between formal logic, natural language, artificial reasoning, and mathematics.
Reasoning with diagrams; syntax and diagrams; a word about truth; diagramming categoricals and singulars; compound terms and negative names; compound names; syllogistic inference; relationals; reflexive and personal pronouns; the "dictum de omni"; statement as a special part of term logic; diagramming unanalyzed statements; final remarks.
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