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Conditional Propositions are propositions that express conditional relations between two states of affairs.

Hypothetical Proposition Disjunctive Proposition It is sometimes called as alternative proposition, one which presents two or more alternatives of which one may be true. Its members are linked by the conjunctions “either…or”. 2 Kinds a. Strict Disjunctive – one in which only one member is true and the other is false. b. Broad Disjunctive – one in which one member or more than one member may be true.

Conjuctive Proposition

The conjuntive proposition is one which asserts that two alternatives cannot be true at the same time. (It is possible for both alternatives to be false.)

Kinds Necessary Necessary condition hypothetical proposition is a statement of a thing is the necessary condition hypothetical proposition another thing the. Sufficient Is a statement of a thing is the hypothetical proposition of sufficient conditions for another thing the. If I’m running a marathon then I’m alive I’ll go to the movies unless I’m not well

John is at the Library or he is Studying

He is not both a physician and a chiropractor.

Truth Value

Truth Value

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