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5. Theory of Logic / E. Structures of Logic / 2. Logical Connectives / d. and

[role of 'and' in systems of logic]

6 ideas
'Are Coriscus and Callias at home?' sounds like a single question, but it isn't [Aristotle]
Combining two distinct assertions does not necessarily lead to a single 'complex proposition' [Mill]
Saying 'and' has meaning is just saying it works in a sentence [Wittgenstein]
I might accept P and Q as likely, but reject P-and-Q as unlikely [Harman]
A truth-table, not inferential role, defines 'and' [Fodor]
Is the meaning of 'and' given by its truth table, or by its introduction and elimination rules? [Forbes,G]