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PART III. LOGICAL CONDITIONING. ................................ 104 
20 .  CREDIBILITY. ........................................................................................................... 105 
1.  Laws of Thought. ........................................................................................................ 105 
2.  Functions. ................................................................................................................... 107 
3.  More on Credibility..................................................................................................... 107 
4.  Opinion and Knowledge. ............................................................................................ 108 
21 .  LOGICAL MODALITY. .............................................................................................. 110 
1.  The Singular Modalities. ............................................................................................ 110 
2.  The Plural Modalities. ................................................................................................ 111 
3.  Analogies and Contrasts. ........................................................................................... 112 
4.  Apodictic Knowledge. ................................................................................................. 113 
22 .  CONTEXTUALITY. ................................................................................................... 116 
1.  Statics. ........................................................................................................................ 116 
2.  Dynamics. ................................................................................................................... 117 
3.  Time-Frames. .............................................................................................................. 117 
4.  Context Comparisons. ................................................................................................ 118 
5.  Personal and Social. ................................................................................................... 119 
23 .  CONJUNCTION. ........................................................................................................ 120 
1.  Factual Forms. ............................................................................................................ 120 
2.  Oppositions of Factuals. ............................................................................................. 121 
3.  Modal Forms. .............................................................................................................. 122 
4.  Oppositions of Modals. ............................................................................................... 123 
24 .  HYPOTHETICAL PROPOSITIONS. ........................................................................ 125 
1.  Kinds of Conditioning. ................................................................................................ 125 
2.  Defining Hypotheticals. .............................................................................................. 125 
3.  Strict or Material Implication. ................................................................................... 127 
4.  Full List of Forms. ...................................................................................................... 128 
25 .  HYPOTHETICALS: OPPOSITIONS AND EDUCTIONS. ....................................... 131 
1.  Connection and Basis. ................................................................................................ 131 
2.  Oppositions. ................................................................................................................ 131 
3.  Hierarchy. ................................................................................................................... 133 
4.  Eductions. ................................................................................................................... 134 
26 .  DISJUNCTION. ......................................................................................................... 137 
1.  Subjunction. ................................................................................................................ 137 
2.  Manners of Disjunction. ............................................................................................. 137 
3.  Broadening the Perspective. ...................................................................................... 139 
27 .  INTRICATE LOGIC. .................................................................................................. 141 
1.  Organic Knowledge. ................................................................................................... 141 
2.  Conjunctives. .............................................................................................................. 141 
3.  Hypotheticals. ............................................................................................................. 144 
4.  Disjunctives. ............................................................................................................... 145 
28 .  LOGICAL COMPOSITIONS. .................................................................................... 149 
1.  Symbolic Logic. ........................................................................................................... 149 
2.  Addition. ...................................................................................................................... 150 
3.  Multiplication. ............................................................................................................ 151 
4.  Expansions. ................................................................................................................. 152 
5.  Utility. ......................................................................................................................... 154 
29 .  HYPOTHETICAL SYLLOGISM AND PRODUCTION. ........................................... 155 
1.  Syllogism. .................................................................................................................... 155 
2.  Other Derivatives. ...................................................................................................... 161 
3.  Production. .................................................................................................................. 162 
30 .  LOGICAL APODOSIS AND DILEMMA. .................................................................. 164 
1.  Apodosis. ..................................................................................................................... 164 
2.  Dilemma. ..................................................................................................................... 166 
3.  Rebuttal. ..................................................................................................................... 169 

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