logical connectives

logical connectives

[′läj·ə·kəl kə′nek·tivz]
(mathematics)
Symbols which link mathematical statements; these symbols represent the terms “and,” “or,” “implication,” and “negation.”
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Logical connectives are indicative of certain text structures such as cause/effect, compare/contrast, problem/solution and description (Bartlett, 1979; Korner, Mclnnes, & Rose, 2007).
(As I said, there are apps for that!) The purpose is to offer challenges to the user or student: understand the definitions (command words), and the logical connectives (such as if then), and work with named variables ('firstnumber', 'second number', etc.), and the interactive procedure ('say', 'ask', and 'answer').
2 Definition of Fuzzy and Neutrosophic Logical Connectives (Operations Logic):
Given dominant professional formations, this fact has by and large had to be and has been repressed within academic philosophy, as instead the book has been mined for its doctrines concerning such things as the nature of the proposition, logical truth, and the nature of the logical connectives. To take Wittgenstein's modernist style of writing as essential to the book's aims and achievement would entail admitting that an important piece of philosophy in fact has a historically distinctive style, point, and contextual situation.
Mental representation of logical connectives. The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 57 A(4), 636-665.
An atomic proposition is one which does not include any logical connectives, such as 'and' or 'if ...
By using logical connectives, [logical not], [conjunction], [disjunction], [right arrow], and [??], we can build what is called Well-Formed Formulas, compound propositions, which can be defined in the propositional logic as follows [16]:
The truth-functional logical connectives are literally functions.
Mental representation of logical connectives. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology: A, Human Experimental Psychology: 57(4), 636-665.
Twenty 10th graders were presented with three differently sequenced methods, i.e., the graphic, the sign-chart, and the logical connectives method.
Then the metaphysical issues contained in the logical connectives are "hidden" in the logical calculus and go unquestioned (91-92).
Sher's remarks about the truth-functional criterion for logical connectives are similarly irrelevant to my criticisms.