Advanced Triggers – Universal Modus Ponens and Universal Modus Tollens

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In logic games, triggers were pretty simple. If there is a modus ponens inference to be made, for example, they always just repeat back the sufficient assumption, like this : Rule: “If P is selected, then Q is selected” Trigger: “Assume that P is selected…” Here, we all know by now that we can infer that Q

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