Skip to content…Thats t…Thats the LINK to the Book we are using. Exercise 51 … (For-Credit of 5 Points) Come up with a series of the 3 items for each of the following sentences: (a) Predicate Logic symbolization of the original sentence (b) result of applying QN to (a), i.e., with different quantifier (c) restatement of (b) back into a plain English sentence which should be different from the original English sentence in its utterance, but still the same in its meaning ———————————————————– 1. Anything that leads to violence is wrong. ———————————————————– 2. Not every smile is genuine. ———————————————————– 3. Terrorists are neither rational nor empathetic. (NB: two predicates as one unit are ascribed to the subject) ———————————————————– Compare the two different sentences in question 4 below while doing the same tasks respectively as above: 4. (1) Humans are spiritual. (2) Only humans are spiritual. (NB: ‘only’ makes the predicate a consequent of the conditional)—————————————————————————–3. on alternative symbols for quantifiers You will get to use two kinds of what has been known as ‘quantifier,’ (1) Universal and (2) Existential, both of which require unusual symbols that are difficult to write. As we have adopted alternative notations which are easily put in pure text format (ASCII characters) for the connectives, we shall do the same thing for the two quantifiers in Predicate Logic: 1. Universal Quantifier (x) … the same from the textbook but also you could use this: (Ax) .. for it as well to make it distinct from the other 2. Existential Quantifier (Ex)

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