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Intro to logic


statement a sentence which is either true or false
self-supporting statement a statement whose truth value can be determined from the statement itself
tautology a statement which is always true because of its logical structure
self-contradiction a statement that is false due to its logical structure
supported statement a statement whose truth value depends on evidence or information from outside itself
true reliable, sure, being in accordance with the actual state
false not true or correct
truth value the truth or falsehood of a statement or proposition
question a sentence addressed to someone in order to get an answer
command an order given by one in authority
nonsense words having little or no sense or meaning
authority an accepted source of information or advice
experience instance of personally encountering or undergoing something
deduction reason to some conclusion based on other statements
Created by: wmckinnon