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Categorical Propositions in Logic (Part 3)

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Categorical Propositions have four basic forms. One of those is the "A-proposition." What exactly is an "A-proposition"? How does it usually look? What does it achieve?

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Earlier, we discussed categorical propositions in general. Now, we will discuss how they can be used to construct real statements, starting with our first categorical proposition form.

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Earlier, we discussed categorical propositions in general. Now, we will discuss how they can be used to construct real statements, starting with our first categorical proposition form.

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