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Propositions in Logic

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Propositions in Logic

  1. 1. Edrozo, Jennefer Macalos, Charles Selim, Eden Mae
  2. 2. What is PROPOSITION? A kind of declarative sentence that makes an assertion about facts as either true or false.
  3. 3. Nature of Judgment  Proposition is also known as judgment.  It is a mental activity that requires two subject matters to be compared.  Deals with the correlation of concepts and finds their agreement or disagreement.
  4. 4. 3 Necessary Things in Making Judgments  The mind must consider and comprehend the two concepts about which a judgment has to be made.  The mind should proceed to compare theses two concepts.  The mind must express mentally the agreement or disagreement between the two concepts. This is the most essential in making a judgment.
  5. 5.  TRUTH and FALSITY  CONTINGENT and NECESSARY

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