8077 | Stoic propositional logic is like chemistry - how atoms make molecules, not the innards of atoms [Chrysippus, by Devlin] |
8083 | Boole applied normal algebra to logic, aiming at an algebra of thought [Boole, by Devlin] |
7727 | Boole's notation can represent syllogisms and propositional arguments, but not both at once [Boole, by Weiner] |
9535 | 'Contradictory' propositions always differ in truth-value [Lemmon] |
8085 | Modern propositional inference replaces Aristotle's 19 syllogisms with modus ponens [Devlin] |
7726 | Aristotelian logic dealt with inferences about concepts, and there were also proposition inferences [Weiner] |
8472 | Sentential logic is consistent (no contradictions) and complete (entirely provable) [Orenstein] |
7786 | Propositional logic handles negation, disjunction, conjunction; predicate logic adds quantifiers, predicates, relations [Girle] |
7798 | There are three axiom schemas for propositional logic [Girle] |
17749 | Post proved the consistency of propositional logic in 1921 [Walicki] |
17765 | Propositional language can only relate statements as the same or as different [Walicki] |
18803 | Semantics for propositions: 1) validity preserves truth 2) non-contradition 3) bivalence 4) truth tables [Rumfitt] |