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    Examples of propositions in a Sentence

  • 例句 proposition
    1. From my view that is a stupid proposition. ‎
    2. to allow a right;  to allow a claim;  to allow the truth of a proposition
    3. At some point in the conversation my name came up, and I readily agreed to their proposition.
    4. The proposition that "all dogs are mammals" implies that my dog is a mammal
    5. This enormously expensive proposition was ignored by Mayor Washington and Shaw's councilmates, as was his previous suggestion that all gas stations in Chicago be required to maintain operating bathrooms.
    6. As stated, this argument assumes a form of propositional temporalism: it assumes that the proposition expressed by my sentence for A-THEORY* has different truth values relative to different times.
  • 例句 propositions
    1. 2000: The sole truth was that supplied by mathematics or by such lapidary propositions as “What's done cannot be undone,” which was irrefutably correct. — Karen Armstrong, The Battle for God (Harper 2004, p. 71)
    2. 32 Moser offers a broadly foundationalist account of epistemic justification in which the justification of empirical propositions are ultimately provided by the nonpropositional evidential bases.
    3. “But all of his propositions and actions prove that he has never stopped his splitist words and deeds.”
    4. Consider the two propositions apart.
    5. The ampersand character in many logics acts as an operator connecting two propositions.
    6. There is a want of appositeness and accuracy in the first sentence of this extract, which renders it somewhat difficult to determine whether the author designed it as a single proposition, or as a series of independent propositions.
    7. In the original Greek of Euclid's Elements the corollaries to the propositions are called porisms. - Robert Potts
    8. the propositions of Wyclif and Huss
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