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For questions about logic, whether it concerns syllogistic logic, mathematical logic or the nature of logic itself.

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"a->b" is read "a materially implies b," where "a" and "b" are sentences. Material implication is defined by a truth table such that a->b is false when a is true and b is false, otherwise it is true. …
answered Oct 17 '14 by user10450