Down |

2. | is one that indicates of the connction between the subject and the predicate |

3. | same question with number 3 |

4. | A and I, E and O propositions are subalterns |

5. | it is the original proposition of conversion |

6. | I and O propositions are subcontraries |

7. | is one whose subject and predicateis qualified with appraisal |

8. | the resultant inference of the contraposition is called___ |

9. | a condition that is usually introduced by the word "if" |

10. | does not undergo such transposition but merely introduces negative particles before the subject and the predicate |

12. | is a proposition whose components parts are joind in oppositions by conjunction |

14. | atleast one of which is true with the possibility that the rest of the alternatives may als be true |

15. | it is the original proposition of the contraposition |

17. | is a proposition one which ssignifies that something cannot be and will never be |

19. | is a linguistic expression or the sensible sig of the judgment |

21. | express alternatives all of which cannot be true or false |

22. | is a proposition whose several subjects and or predicates are joined bu effirmative or negative conjunctions |

23. | 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 Across 2. this king of proposition is also known as implication 6. it gives the reason for the connetion between the subject and the predicate 7. in the obversion, the resultant inference is called___ 8. is a proposition whose components parts are joind in oppositions by conjunction 13. is aform of immediate inference that involves the methods of obversion and conversion 17. atleast one of which is true with the possibility that the rest of the alternatives may als be true 19. A and E propositions are contrary 20. I and O propositions are subcontraries 23. is a proposition whose several subjects and or predicates are joined bu effirmative or negative conjunctions 24. a condition that is usually introduced by the word "if" 28. in the conversion, the resultant inference is called___ 30. it is the original proposition of the contraposition 33. these two are called as the matter of which the proposition is made 34. is a proposition whose conjunctions are because, since. inasmuch as etc. 35. is an example of universal affirmative proposition 36. express alternative but only one can be trueor false together 40. is a proposition that expresses a relationship of time joined together by grammatical particles 42. consist in substituting an affirmative propositions with its negative equivalent 43. is a linguistic expression or the sensible sig of the judgment 44. it is the original proposition of obversion 45. express alternatives all of which cannot be true or false 47. is an example of universal affirmative proposition 48. is a mental operation that pronounces the agreement and disagreement between two ideas 49. whose subject or predicate is qualified by limiting particles 50. it is the original proposition of conversion Down 1. is the linking verb between the subject and the predicate 3. the predicate is affirmed of the subject 4. A and I, E and O propositions are subalterns 5. is a proposition which signifies that something is not, but eventually comes to be 9. consist in transposing the subject and the predicate without changing their meaning 10. is a proposition one which ssignifies that something cannot be and will never be 11. through it, the degtree of agreement or disagreement is determined 12. is a proposition that is not possible to deny 14. is an example of lingking verb 15. someone who say about truth judgment 16. is an example of universal negative proposition 17. universal affirmative proposition 18. same question with number 3 20. is one that indicates of the connction between the subject and the predicate 21. is one whose subject and predicateis qualified with appraisal 22. If E is false, I is ___ 24. universal affirmative proposition 25. the conditioned, introducet by the word "then" 26. does not undergo such transposition but merely introduces negative particles before the subject and the predicate 27. the resultant inference of the contraposition is called___ 29. it i s the copula that determines the ____of a proposition 31. particular negative proposition 32. if A is true, E is ____ 37. whose subject and predicate is qualified by exeption 38. the predicate is denied ofthe subject 39. If I is true, O is ____ 41. is a proposition that might not occured 46. universal negative propositionit i s the copula that determines the ____of a proposition |

25. | universal affirmative proposition |

29. | universal affirmative proposition |

31. | it is the original proposition of obversion |

32. | universal negative proposition |

33. | whose subject or predicate is qualified by limiting particles |

34. | in the conversion, the resultant inference is called___ |

36. | express alternative but only one can be trueor false together |

37. | consist in substituting an affirmative propositions with its negative equivalent |

39. | the predicate is denied ofthe subject |

42. | particular negative proposition |

43. | in the obversion, the resultant inference is called___ |

46. | is the linking verb between the subject and the predicate |

47. | is an example of lingking verb |

50. | is an example of universal affirmative proposition |