categorical proposition

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categorical proposition (plural categorical propositions)

  1. (logic) A proposition that asserts or denies that members of one category (the subject term) belong to another (the predicate term). There are four types: "all S are P", "all S are not P", "some S are P", and "some S are not P".

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