What are the different kinds of propositions?


There are different kinds of propositions. A proposition is a philosophical or logical, declarative sentence that expresses a fact or makes a statement about something. The sentence can be about anything that is factual and logical in nature. Propositions can include symbols, variables, operators, quantifiers, and propositional constants. For example, the sentence 'All men are born' states the fact that all men are born. It is a truthful, logical statement which answers the unasked question 'are all men born?'
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