I never asserted so absurd a Proposition, as that any thing might arise without a Cause: I only maintained, that our Certainty of the Falsehood of that Proposition proceeded neither from Intuition nor Demonstration; but from another Source.
- Prejudicial Language Value or moral goodness is attached to believing the author.
- Negation (not) The proposition Not P is true if and only if P is false. It is false only if P is true.
- Conjunction (and) The proposition P and Q is true if and only if both P and Q are true. It is false otherwise.
- The Lost World of Genesis One Here is a book that calls out to be read and discussed-widely and thoughtfully-by serious-minded Christians, inquiring scientists, high school science teachers and students. Those entrenched on either side of…
- Disjunction (or) The proposition P and Q is true if and only if either P or Q are true. It is false only if both P and Q are false.