This is not homework .
l do this for fun. I am 58.
I graduated Concordia University in 1993
Problem comes from the Logic Book by Bergman pg 217 (17)c
I want to see if my SL is correct.
If civil disobedience is moral,then not all resistance to the law is morally prohibited,although our legal code is correct if all resistance to the law is morally prohibited .But civil disobedience is moral iff either civil disobedience is moral or our legal code is correct.Our judges have acted well only if all resistance to the law is morally prohibited.So our judges haven’t acted well.
Let A=“civil disobedience is moral”
B=“All resistance to the law is morally prohibited” C=“our legal code is correct “ D=“judges act well”
(A->~B)&(D->B)&(A=A v D)