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Rheanne Ulanday
Thursday, July 11, 2013
Philosophy 103

4.1 The Components of Categorical Propositions
EX I.
1. quantifier: some subject term: executive pay packages copula: are predicate term: insults to ordinary workers

2. quantifier: no subject term: stressful jobs copula: are predicate term: occupations conductive to a healthy lifestyle

3. quantifier: all subject term: oil-based paints copula: are predicate term: products that contribute to photochemical smog

4. quantifier: some subject term: preachers who are intolerant of others’ beliefs copula: are predicate term: not television evangelists

5. quantifier: all subject term: trials in which a coerced confession is read to the jury copula: are predicate term: trials in which a guilty verdict can be reversed

6. quantifier: some subject term: artificial hearts copula: are predicate term: mechanisms that are prone to failure

7. quantifier: no subject term: sex education courses that are taught competently copula: are predicate term: programs that are currently eroding public morals

8. quantifier: some subject term: universities that emphasize research copula: are not predicate term: institutions that neglect undergraduate education

4.2 Quality, Quantity, and Distribution
EX I.
1. Letter: E Quantity: Universal Quality: Negative Subject and predicate are distributed

2. Letter: A Quantity: Universal Quality: Affirmative Subject is distributed

3. Letter: I Quantity: Particular Quality: Affirmative No terms are distributed

4. Letter: O Quantity: Particular Quality: Negative Predicate is distributed

5. Letter: A Quantity: Universal Quality: Affirmative Subject is distributed

6. Letter: E Quantity: Universal Quality: Negative

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