This video is the start of a series of editions on Symbolic Logic, which is essential in determining the validity of arguments. To begin with, this video discusses the types of propositions and symbols used in Symbolic Logic. It focuses on the following topics, namely: 1) variables and constants used in symbolic logic, 2) simple and compound propositions, 3) symbols for conjunction, disjunction, conditional and biconditional propositions, and 4) symbols for negation and conclusion.
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