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In Aristotle, What does it mean for something to be predicated?
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What are facts as considered independently of any thinking being?
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What are the intricacies of the law of cause and effect?
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What type of questions can we ask? (When, where etc)
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What are factual propositions?
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What do you call the output of a truth table?
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Is there a difference between 'only if' and 'if and only if'
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Material conditional: Why does the absence of the predicate validate the conditional?
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What is integration in philosophy?
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Is there a logical system that accounts for cause and effect relationship?
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Is there any scientific documenation expatiating upon The Law Of Cause and Effect?
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Are propositions considered to be mind independent or mind dependent?
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What is the criteria for a metaphysical truths?
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Can more than 2 things be in direct opposition?
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Is ∃x(Ax -> Bx) the same as ∀x Ax -> Bx
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What is the study of systems (like logic, maths etc) called?