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《Journal of Chongqing University of Technology(Social Science)》 2010-05
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Distinguish between the Hypothetical Propositions under Sufficient Conditions and the Compound Propositions

LIN Chang-shi(Guizhou Judicial Police School,Guiyang 550022,China)  
It is worth questioning that the definition of a hypothetical proposition under sufficient conditions and some of its examples which are enumerated in the textbooks about formal logic. Those propositions whose formal structure look like "if p,then q" should be divided into two kinds,and the basis of division is whether the "p" and "q" are propositions,so that a hypothetical proposition under sufficient conditions belong only to the one subterm of division. Starting with this,this paper analyzes and solves some related questions by the definition of "hypothetical proposition under sufficient conditions".
【CateGory Index】: B812
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