Symbolic Logic Matching Type Quiz

Symbolic Logic Matching Type Quiz. This test focuses on the general terms and concepts in Symbolic Logic. You may reuse this for student assessment purposes.

Column A| Symbolic Logic Terms and Concepts

  • Logic
  • Common Sense
  • Formal Logic
  • Truth Syllogism
  • Imaginary Supposition
  • Concept
  • Conventional Sign
  • Copula
  • Comprehension Extension
  • Contraries
  • Term
  • Etymological Definition
  • Correctness
  • Proposition
  • Contradictories
  • Middle Term
  • Dictum de Nullo
  • Minor Term
  • Subject Term
  • Figure Mood
  • Equivocation

Column B| Definitions and Descriptions

  1. It is the science of correct thinking, an instrument for knowing and explaining the truth.
  2. It is a natural logic which is termed as the habit of the first principles.
  3. As a branch of the science of logic, it deals with the procedure for presenting the truths.
  4. It is logically defined as the conformity of the mind with reality, the order of things outside of the mind.
  5. Made up of the premises and the conclusion, it is any group of propositions of which one is claimed to follow from the others which are presented as evidence or support.
  6. It is defined as the mental representation of the essence of a thing.
  7. As a sign, it is anything designated by man to signify something else other than itself.
  8. It is the sum total of notes or attributes constituting the essence of a thing.
  9. It is the sum of things or inferiors signified by the concept on the basis of its comprehension.
  10. Taken from the Latin terminus, it is defined as the sensible conventional sign of a concept.
  11. As a method of definition, it states the origin or derivation of a word.
  12. It is a supposition of terms in which the predicate speaks of the subject-term as something which is true only in the imagination.
  13. It stands for the mental act of judgment by affirming or denying the relationship of subject and predicate.
  14. It is a negative proposition with a particular subject-term.
  15. These are propositions which differ in quantity of the subject and quality of the copula.
  16. These are propositions having the same universal quantity but different quality of their respective copula.
  17. This means that anything denied universally of a term can be denied of every term that comes within the extension of such term.
  18. It stands for a topic of the argument and is identified as the subject of the conclusion.
  19. It is the term appearing in the premises but not in the conclusions.
  20. It refers to the placement of the Minor and the Major term relative to the position of the Middle term.
  21. It refers to the type of propositions used as premises and conclusion.
  22. It consists in giving a term two or more meanings resulting in having a fourth term which destroys the sequence.
  23. In the structure of the proposition, it stands for the person, animal, place, or idea which is what the proposition is talking about.
  24. It is an art because it inclines us to acquire the skill of thinking with orderliness and harmony.
  25. It is conformity with rules.