# Sentence examples for proposition from high-quality English sources.

• So take the token proposition:

• “all of them are not-y,” which is a Proposition in A.

• Thus, we can view the proposition

• It is what makes that proposition true!

• One way to think of a proposition is as the meaning of a sentence.

• If one accepts a proposition, then one can also act upon the proposition.

• First, one propounds a proposition (pratijñā), that is, one sets forth a proposition to be proved.

• That is, the more information carried by a proposition, the less likely it is that the proposition is true.

# Use proposition in a sentence.

• One should distinguish knowing a self-evident proposition from knowing that that proposition is self-evident.

• If Ed does run, so that the proposition is true, it is just a basic, brute fact that the proposition is true.

• So if the past is now-necessary and the future is not, a proposition about the past cannot entail a proposition about the future.

• The second exception is XMM, where the major is an absolute proposition and the conclusion, like the minor, is an M-proposition proposition (weaker than the major).

• If a proposition p occurs within another proposition, as the argument of a function such as x is false, then the resulting proposition is of a higher order than p.

• which can be read as “if something is true of a false proposition then if it true of a true proposition, it is true of any proposition” (C00 is a true proposition).

• Scholastic authors often ascribed probability at the same time to a proposition and its negation or to a proposition and a counter-proposition which was logically incompatible with it.

• Logical properties of a proposition are — according to a classical view — of a formal character, i.e., they are primarily properties of the form of a proposition rather than of the proposition itself.

# proposition sentence examples

• Lewis points out that in Russell and Whitehead’s Principia Mathematica we find two “startling theorems: (1) a false proposition implies any proposition, and (2) a true proposition is implied by any proposition” (1912: 522).

• (The inference from (1) to (2) here requires two additional, and I hope obvious, assumptions: (1a) Knowing a proposition requires having the concepts necessary for thinking the proposition, and (1b) The concept of a BIV is one by which the known proposition is grasped.)

• In fact: (1) although the mental proposition exists in the mind as in a subject, the real proposition is present in the mind only qua object of the act of understanding; (2) the real proposition provides the objective content which the other kinds of proposition aim to express; and (3) the mental proposition is the semantic link between the spoken and written propositions on the one hand, and the real proposition they refer to on the other.

• One will gather what I mean by proposition as soon as I remark that I do not call a proposition in itself or an objective proposition that which the grammarians call a proposition, namely, the linguistic expression, but rather simply the meaning of this expression, which must be exactly one of the two, true or false; and that accordingly I attribute existence to the grasping of a proposition, to thought propositions as well as to the judgments made in the mind of a thinking being (existence, namely, in the mind of the one who thinks this proposition and who makes the judgment); but the mere proposition in itself (or the objective proposition) I count among the kinds of things that do not have any existence whatsoever, and never can attain existence.

proposition

• noun communication

- (logic) a statement that affirms or denies something and is either true or false

• verb communication

- suggest sex to

Example: She was propositioned by a stranger at the party

• noun communication

- a proposal offered for acceptance or rejection

• noun communication

- an offer for a private bargain (especially a request for sexual favors)

• noun communication

- the act of making a proposal

• noun act

- a task to be dealt with

Example: securing adequate funding is a time-consuming proposition

Verb Forms

## Use proposition in a sentence

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