Wolfgang Schwalm

Source: wikipedia.de, abstract logic types: there are for example the statements – predicates – and modal logic. In addition, they deontische the arithmetic, logic and set theory. Example: Statements of logic (junk gates, excerpt): or / disjunction, adjunction: either… OR… NOT /, negation: neither…

nor u0085 Causal / >, nouns, conditional: If, then… because… why exactly then when… AND, conjunction, fuzzy logic: both… and… If…, then… AND Shefferstrich / l:…

nor… Everyone knows the 4 basic calculus learned (arithmetic logic): +,-, x, =,…: as many know the teaching of amounts of (-logic): quantities, intersection so does the logical conclusion, here the core of traditional logic (ratio): syllogisms, are a catalog of types of logical arguments. They form the core of the ancient logic of Aristotle and the traditional logic developed in the fourth century BC to the 19th century. All syllogisms are always based on the same pattern. Two premises (conditions), major premise and base called, lead to a conclusion (conclusion). The premises and the conclusion are statements of a particular type, where each a term, the syllogistic subject, another term, the syllogistic predicate in a certain way to – or is denied. Depending on the point at which they occur in the syllogism, the common terms term, medium term and subset are called. Source: wikipedia.de, extract sample for a valid syllogism true true: premise 1, upper set all men are mortal. (Subject – predicate) Premise 2, base all Germans are people. Conclusion, conclusion that all Germans are mortal. Example for UN logic: all Kretaer are liars. I’m a Kretaer. Syllogism: Premise, universal statement: all versus no premise, partial statements: affirmatively… versus negative resulted in the square of the values: good versus bad partial goods… versus partial bad causal logic if, then: A B C (A > B) w w w ahr w f alsch f w w f w and logic… Foursquare understands that this is vital information. as well as… A B C (A and B) w w w ahr w f alsch f w f f f f or logic either… OR… A B C (A v B) w w w ahr w f w f w w f f f alsch not logic… nor A B w f w Source: duden.de, extract be carefully in the future if something plausible to you will appear! The premise is wrong also the conclusion is (almost) always wrong! Also in true premise, the conclusion may be wrong. Logic?Plausibility! Statements in the conditional tense are particularly dangerous. The multi Deutigkeit of words and whole texts is equally critical. Wolfgang Schwalm)

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