## Introducing Conditional Proof

Conditional proof is a method for proving a conditional by assuming its antecedent and deriving its consequent. Read this post or watch the video to learn how it’s done.

Logic is what we use to make sense of reality and to uncover truth. The articles in this category are lessons in symbolic logic and critical thinking. Since they are listed in reverse chronological order, you should go to the end of the last page to start with the earliest lesson.

Conditional proof is a method for proving a conditional by assuming its antecedent and deriving its consequent. Read this post or watch the video to learn how it’s done.

Last updated: Monday, June 29, 2015What constitutes a good argument? This video begins a series on symbolic logic. Before getting into symbolic logic proper, this video lays the groundwork for why it is useful to know something about formal logic. To summarize, an argument consists of premises given in support of a conclusion. In a … [Read more…]