RUN Symbolic Logic Philosophy Questions
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2. Use a truth table to determine whether this formal sentence is a contingency, a contradiction, or a tautology (remember, or is inclusive). Explain your answer.
(A > B) > (B > A)
3. Use a truth table to determine whether this formal sentence is a contingency, a contradiction, or a tautology (remember, or is inclusive). Explain your answer.
~(A ^ B) <> (~A v ~B)
4. Translate this prose sentence into formal notation and then use a truth table to determine whether the formal sentence is a contingency, a contradiction, or a tautology (remember, or is inclusive). Explain your answer.
If both I am tired and I am hungry, then I am annoyed; but if I am tired and I am not hungry, I am not annoyed.
5. Use a truth table to determine whether this set of formal sentences is consistent, contradictory, or equivalent (remember, or is inclusive). Explain your answer.
A > (B v C), ~(B v C) ^ A
6. Use a truth table to determine whether this set of formal sentences is consistent, contradictory, or equivalent (remember, or is inclusive). Explain your answer.
A > B, ~A v B, ~B > ~A
7. Translate these prose sentences into formal notation and then use a truth table to determine whether the set of formal sentences is consistent, contradictory, or equivalent (remember, or is inclusive). Explain your answer.
If I am a student, then I am not a professor.
Either I am a student or I am a professor.
I am neither a student nor a professor.
8. Use a truth table to determine whether this formal argument is valid or invalid. Explain your answer.
1. (A ^ B) > C
2. A > B
3. A
C. C
9. Translate this prose argument into formal notation and then use a truth table to determine whether the formal argument is valid or invalid. Explain your answer.
I am a student if and only if I am learning. I am learning only if my knowledge is expanding. Therefore, if my knowledge is expanding, I am a student.
10. Determine whether this argument is valid or invalid and sound or unsound. Explain both of your answers.
Both if this is a philosophy class then we study argument and if this is a logic class then we study arguments. We study arguments. Therefore, this is a philosophy class and this is a logic class.
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More depth/information is required for the context and importance, otherwise the study detail will be unclear. There is no search history information supplied. 
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There is a review of important theoretical literature, however there is limited integration of research into problemrelated ideas. The review is just partly focused and arranged. There is research that both supports and opposes. A summary of the material given is provided. The conclusion may or may not include a biblical integration. 
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The content is somewhat ordered, but there is no discernible organization. The use of typeface, color, graphics, effects, and so on may sometimes distract from the presenting substance. It is possible that the length criteria will not be reached. 
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The context and/or importance are lacking. There is no search history information supplied. 
751 points
There has been an examination of relevant theoretical literature, but still no research concerning problemrelated concepts has been synthesized. The review is just somewhat focused and organized. The provided overview of content does not include any supporting or opposing research. The conclusion has no scriptural references. 
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