Logic Operation

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A Logic Operation is a mathematical operation that can be used to create a logic sentence / logic argument.



  1. "The name Boolean algebra (or Boolean 'algebras') for the calculus originated by Boole, extended by Schröder, and perfected by Whitehead seems to have been first suggested by Sheffer, in 1913." E. V. Huntington, "New sets of independent postulates for the algebra of logic, with special reference to Whitehead and Russell's Principia mathematica", in Trans. Amer. Math. Soc. 35 (1933), 274-304; footnote, page 278.


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    • QUOTE: an operation that follows the rules of symbolic logic