Mathematical Linguistic Forms

Almost all the arguments in mathematics are a positive or negative version of one of four linguistic forms:

  • Object “a” has Property “P”
  • Every object of type “T” has property “P”
  • There is an object of type “T” having property “P^”
  • If statement “A”, then statement “B”

Introduction to Mathematical Thinking.

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