irving.anellis at gmail.com
Thu Nov 29 14:54:05 EST 2012
Alasdair Urquhart notes that
in Section 15 of his Introduction to Mathematical
Logic, Alonzo Church uses the word "contradiction"
for a propositional formula that is false under
all assignments to its variables. This terminology
seems perfectly satisfactory to me.
I think that that terminology has become fairly standard.
My own preference for "t-definite", "t-indefinite" or "f-indefinite", and
"f-definite", as opposed to "tautology", "contingent" and
"contradiction" lies in allowing application of those terms for truth
as well as for validity, for semantic and
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