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Single Idea 3093

[catalogued under 5. Theory of Logic / A. Overview of Logic / 1. Overview of Logic]

Full Idea

Any two states of affairs are logically connected, simply because both are entailed by their conjunction.


The conjunction of x and y is 'x AND y', which requires them both to be true

Gist of Idea

Any two states are logically linked, by being entailed by their conjunction


Gilbert Harman (Thought [1973], 8.1)

Book Reference

Harman,Gilbert: 'Thought' [Princeton 1977], p.127