Well, they're practically negation of each other.
And you won't find a rule "not p is not necessarily
denying p" in mathematics - but it is an usual component
of pseudophilosophies concocted by morons for excusing
both their inconsistencies and plain lies.
So - the question is as in the topic. What do you think?
Le 08/08/2024 à 07:20, Maciej Wozniak a écrit :
Well, they're practically negation of each other.
And you won't find a rule "not p is not necessarily
denying p" in mathematics - but it is an usual component
of pseudophilosophies concocted by morons for excusing
both their inconsistencies and plain lies.
So - the question is as in the topic. What do you think?
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