Symbolization and Prep for Chapter 5
This exercise is meant to do two things.
So, let's begin.
We'll continue to symbolization with names and predicates. But all the points made about alternative symbolizations hold true when just using sentence letters.
a: Argument A, a particular argument I have in mind, b: Argument B, another argument.
S_: ___ is sound.
M_: ___ is Modus Tolens.
T_: ___ has only true premises.
W_: ___ is valid. (Note: we can't use 'V' in our langauage; the computer confuses it with wedge.)
You must use upper and lower case letters here: You WILL need the shift-key!