Logic: Basic Propositions (WritePhilosophy Quiz)

This quiz will allow you to practice formalising simple compound propositions into their logical forms. There are three different examples of each of the six basic propositional logical forms (p, ¬p, p & q, p ∨ q, p → q and p ↔ q), for a total of 18 sentences to identify.

Before trying the quiz, you should have read the guide to formalising arguments, which will introduce you to the basics of propositional logic and the five different connectives.

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