Introduction
Chapters 1-2
Chapters 3-4
Chapters 5-6
Chapters 7-8
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The Definition of Logic

What is the science of right thinking? 

100

The two properties of simple apprehension.

What are Comprehension and Extension?

100

The two properties of a term

What are Signification and Supposition?

100

The two possible qualities of a proposition?

What are affirmative and negative?

100

State the subcontrary of the following proposition… Some ducks are yellow.

Some ducks are not yellow.

200

Considered the father of logic

Who is Aristotle? 

200

The completely articulated sum of the intelligible aspects or elements (or notes) represented by a concept.

What is comprehension?

200

Theses terms are applied to different things, but have related meanings.

What are analogous terms? 

200

The two possible quantities of a proposition.

What are universal and particular?

200

State the subaltern of the following proposition… No billy goats are gruff.

Some billy goats are not gruff.

300

A correspondence of a statement to reality

What is Truth? 

300

We find this by asking, "To What does the concept refer?"

What is the extension of a concept?

300

The form in which all three elements of a proposition are shown clearly.

What is Logical Form? 

300

State the contradiction of this proposition… All house plants are green.

Some house plants are not green.

300

The type of statement that has both a distributed subject and a distributed predicate.

What is an E (Universal Negative) Statement?

400

The term that indicates that a conclusion follows logically from its premises. 

What is Validity? 

400

The process by which a simple apprehension is derived from a sense perception and mental image.

What is Abstraction? 

400

Terms that although spelled and pronounced exactly alike, have entirely different and unrelated meanings.

What are equivocal terms? 

400

State the contrary of this statement… No children are politicians.

All children are politicians.

400

Two part question… Does an A statement have a distributed subject? Does an A statement have a distributed predicate?

Yes

No

500

The term used to indicate that all the premises in an argument are true and the argument is valid.

What is Soundness? 

500

The act by which the mind grasps the concept or general meaning of an object without affirming or denying anything about it.

What is simple apprehension? 

500

This kind of supposition refers to something as it exists verbally.

What is Material Supposition? 

500

The two relationships (generally speaking) that categorical statements can have to one another?

What are opposition and equivalence?

500

Two part question… Can subalterns both be true? Can they both be false?

Yes

Yes

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