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Philosophy 103: Introduction to Logic
Test: Symbolic Logic

Topic: Theory Construction in Economics

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SYMBOLIC LOGIC  PART III 
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Part III:  Statement Forms.  Test the corresponding statement-forms of any three of the four higher-level laws and characterize them as being a tautology, a contingent statement or a self-contradictory statement.

On the basis of your analysis, would you reject any of the higher-level laws your test?





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