Bergmann (computer science emerita, Smith College) then reviews classical propositional logic, including its language and semantics, and the language and semantics of first-order logic.
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In the first place, the density was computed for various fragments of classical propositional logic (see (9), (13), (1) and (5)).
She argues that such arguments were neither part of Aristotle's dialectic, nor simply the result of an adoption of elements of Stoic logic, but the outcome of a long, gradual development that begins with Aristotle's logic as preserved in his Topics and Prior Analytics; and that, as a result, we have a Peripatetic logic of hypothetical inferences which is a far cry both from Stoic logic and from classical propositional logic, but which sports a number of interesting characteristics, some of which bear a cunning resemblance to some twentieth-century theories.