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# Introduction to Misc Topic- Fallacious Reasoning: Lesson 7

By Kugel

The following is from Hurely 6.4 and 6.3

The corresponding conditional is when you take the premises and conjoin them with the conjunction operator, making them into one big antecedent; then, take the conclusion as the consequent.

The premises are separated by forward slash makrs. The conclusion is separated by two slash marks.

Give the corresponding conditional for the following arguments:

O ɔ ~T / ~T ɔ B // O ɔ B

((O ɔ ~T) • (~T ɔ B)) ɔ (O ɔ B)

J ɔ E/~J//~E

Answer: ((J ɔ E) • ~J) ɔ ~E

What is another way to say tautologous statement?

What is another way to say self-contradictory statement?

If the truth values vary depending on the truth values of the components, then what kind of classification is the statement?

If the statement is tautologous, then the truth values under the main operator are what?

If the statement is self-contradictory, then the truth values under the main operator are what?

If the statement is contingent, then the truth values under the main operator are what?

Answer: at least one true and at least one false

When comparing statements, the relation between them is ____________ if the truth values under the main operators are the same on each line

When comparing statements, the relation between them is __________ if the truth values under the main operators are opposite on each line

When comparing statements, the relation between them is ___________ if the truth values under the main operators have at least one line when the truth values are all true

When comparing statements, the relation between them is __________ if the truth values under the main operators don’t have any line in which the truth values are all true