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• The material conditional (also known as material implication) is an operation commonly used in logic. When the conditional symbol → {\displaystyle \rightarrow...
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• consequent Material conditional, in propositional calculus, or logical calculus in mathematics Relevance conditional, in relevance logic Conditional (computer...
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• The paradoxes of material implication are a group of true formulae involving material conditionals whose translations into natural language are intuitively...
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• logical connective of modal logic. It is logically equivalent to the material conditional of classical logic, combined with the necessity operator from modal...
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• A conditional statement may refer to: A conditional formula in logic and mathematics, which can be interpreted as: Material conditional Strict conditional...
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• language. They were first discussed as a problem for the material conditional analysis of conditionals, which treats them all as trivially true. Starting in...
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• Conditional sentences are natural language sentences that express that one thing is contingent on something else, e.g. "If it rains, the picnic will be...
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• truth value of the consequent. In essence, a conditional statement, that is based on the material conditional, is true when the antecedent ("Tokyo is in...
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• Material equivalence
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connective is biconditional (a statement of material equivalence), and can be likened to the standard material conditional ("only if", equal to "if ... then")...
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• Material biconditional)
the only case where a logical biconditional is different from a material conditional is the case where the hypothesis (antecedent) is false but the conclusion...
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• expressions P, Q have side effects. Also, a conditional, which in some sense corresponds to the material conditional connective, is essentially non-Boolean...
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• The conditional mood (abbreviated cond) is a grammatical mood used in conditional sentences to express a proposition whose validity is dependent on some...
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• Implication (category Conditionals)
others Material conditional (also material implication), a logical connective and binary truth function typically interpreted as "If p, then q" Material implication...
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• \to } \to or \rightarrow ⊃ {\displaystyle \supset } \supset material conditional (material implication) implies, if P then Q, it is not the case that P...
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• In logic, the corresponding conditional of an argument (or derivation) is a material conditional whose antecedent is the conjunction of the argument's...
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• operator Mathematical operators and symbols in Unicode Guillemet Material conditional Smith, Charles L. (1964). "On the origin of ">" and "<"". The Mathematics...
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• connective introduced by Alonzo Church a rule in classical logic that the material conditional ¬p → q is equivalent to the disjunction p ∨ q, so that these two...
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• of material implication (a material conditional is equivalent to the disjunction of the negation of its antecedent and its consequence) and material equivalence...
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• material conditional (plural material conditionals) A type of conditional statement used in formal logic and defined as true whenever its antecedent is
• or unconditional contraband, i.e. materials of direct application in naval or military armaments; and (2) conditional contraband, consisting of articles
• Self-Condition, of the conditional world and the conditional self)—is to transcend both the conditional world and the conditional self by Means of Truth
• \rightarrow \,\!} conditional of L S {\displaystyle {\mathcal {L_{S}}}\,\!} is called the material conditional in contrast to strict conditional or counterfactual
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