Given this sentence, one could consider its logical structure in first-order

predicate calculus to be akin to this one:

The advantage to this approach is that it makes Lacan's travesty of the syntactical rules of the

predicate calculus even more apparent than his original notation.

It is not a simple matter to combine a large number of fragments, often with two or more free variables, into a single correct nth-order

predicate calculus query.

They are not intended to refer to the external world in the same direct way as in more familiar uses of the

predicate calculus. Further, the primary semantics that we ascribe to nodes in the system are the PAC semantics described in Section 3 and in Valiant [2000] rather than the standard semantics of

predicate calculus.

The introduction of negation in Prolog represents a first step toward generalizing Polya's related problem (Horn clauses) back to the more ambitious problem of full first order

predicate calculus. The various facets of negation are also covered in the Grant-Minker article.

What is truly revolutionary about the Fregean

predicate calculus in this context is the extension of mathematical function argument analysis to the logical analysis of statements.

His texts do not yield material that permits resolution of argument about whether Nagarjuna was or was not a nihilist, did or did not assume the validity of the

predicate calculus, did or did not teach what the Buddha taught--and so on.

When [right arrow] is the usual logical implication in, say, first-order

predicate calculus, then this definition of conjunction agrees with the usual one, up to logical equivalence.

Modern ('symbolic' or 'mathematical') logic dates back to 1879, when Frege published the first version of what today is known as the

predicate calculus [14].

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If common nouns in this grammatical subject position are indeed logical subject-terms, this should require a thorough reevaluation of the adequacy of Frege's

predicate calculus as a tool for the analysis of the logic and semantics of natural language.