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Show that |- ((P || Q) -> (~((~P) & (~Q))))
True or false?
P⊃ ∼P prove P ⊃ Q
why is it there is no constant in this world?
To which situations, according to Phillips, does the principle apply? Do you agree? What does the principle of fairness, in your view, have to do with business?
As Bob is driving on an exit off the freeway, he comes to a stop light and sees a homeless man asking people for spare change. “See, he’s a perfect example of why we shouldn’t be giving welfare benefits...
I understand that Perpetual Motion is frowned upon but, let's say hypothetically such a device is created. This device would have a constant increasing magnetic energy, pulling inward in opposite...
would really aprrecseiate a response from you kind hearted philonsefers out there.
I know that one of the activities/methods is conceptual analysis but cannot find the other two. Thanks!
in Descartes Meditation III
Suppose we have an FOL with names/constants a,b,c,d, variables x,y, z, function symbols f (x),g(x),h(x,y), predicate symbols P(x),Q(x),R(x,y),x = y, the usual connectives and the quantifiers ∀,∃...
then R is a tautological consequence of P1, . . . ,Pn,P∨Q. Explain this please..i don't understand How could you use the result established above to...
-start from something we experience and argue that that thing cannot exist unless a cause it posited -against the infinite regress in the series of causes -so a first cause exists -and...
-its nature and -its purpose
Whats significant about it?
This questions is regards to the book of Confessions by Augustine
Using Hobbes, Locke, and Rousseaus ideas on the social contract/state of nature if you were to write your own state of nature about the world what would it be (1paragraph), what would your social...