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Following Plato, he distinguished between nouns and verbs and regarded them
as essential parts of a proposition; but he seemed to concentrate his ... In
Aristotelian syllogistic, use is made of universal and particular propositions only.
What is a proposition, and how is it related to the sentence in which it is
expressed? Are there some ... (This is sometimes expressed by saying that they
range over propositions, or that they take propositions as their values.) Hence
they are ...
Similarly, false propositions can be divided into those — like "2 + 2 = 5" — that
are false by logical necessity (impossible propositions), and those — like "France
is a monarchy" — that are not (contingently false propositions). Contingently true
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