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Tasha A.

asked • 05/04/20

Use both the direct and indirect truth-table to show whether the above argument is valid.

Symbolize the following argument using the symbols for simple statements and logical operators discussed in chapter 6.

 

If it is not the case that humans have free-will then God is to blame for the presence of evil. It is the case that humans have free-will. Thus God is not to blame for the presence of evil.

 

Use both the direct and indirect truth-table to show whether the above argument is valid.


(I figured out the formula, but I'm not quite sure how to do a truth table)


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Ben A. answered • 05/05/20

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