- In vernacular terms, this states "If P then Q", or, "If Socrates is a man then Socrates is human." In a conditional such as this, P is called the antecedent and Q the consequent. ...
- the inverse of the converse of a given proposition
- A statement of the where hypothesis and conclusion are reversed and negated. IE the conditional statement "If this then that" becomes ...
- The contrapositive of a statement is fonned by taking the conclusion as the starting?point and the starting? ...
- A claim formed by switching the subject and predicate terms of a categorical claim, and replacing both by their complementary terms. ...
- a logical equivalent of a given conditional statement, often expressed in negative terms
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