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### Single Idea 18908

#### [catalogued under 5. Theory of Logic / E. Structures of Logic / 2. Logical Connectives / c. not]

Full Idea

Standard logic recognises only one kind of negation: sentential negation. Consequently, negation of a general term/predicate always amounts to negation of the entire sentence.

Gist of Idea

Standard logic only negates sentences, even via negated general terms or predicates

Source

George Engelbretsen (Trees, Terms and Truth [2005], 3)

Book Reference

'The Old New Logic', ed/tr. Oderberg,David S. [MIT 2005], p.33

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Term logic rests on negated terms or denial, and that propositions are tied pairs **[Engelbretsen]**