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Summary

  • Propositional logic is one of the simplest and most common logic and is the core of (almost) all other logics

    • Propositional logic commits only to the existence of facts that may or may not be the case in the world being represented

    • Propositional logic quickly becomes impractical, even for very small worlds

  • This lecture focused on three core aspects of the propositional logic:

    • Syntax: Vocabulary for expressing concepts without ambiguity

    • Semantics: Connection to what we're reasoning about

      • Interpretation - what the syntax means

    • Reasoning: How to prove things

      • What steps are allowed


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