1. The logical essence of a simple judgment. Types of simple judgments.
2. Distribution of the terms in the judgment.
3. Relations between simple propositions.
1. Install the structure and determine the types of judgment on the following grounds:
a) the volume of the subject:
In cases stipulated by law, legal assistance is provided free of charge to citizens.
In a healthy body - healthy mind.
The ancient Greeks made a great contribution to the development of philosophy.
Some ancient Greeks made a great contribution to the development of philosophy.
b) as a binder:
Honest work - a source of wealth and power in our society.
Some countries do not have a one-party system.
This argument is wrong.
c) the content predicate:
Theft of an intentional criminal offense.
Murmansk is located above the Arctic Circle.
Some fish live to be a hundred.
2. establish the distribution terms in the following judgments:
The excise tax - an indirect tax on goods sold in the domestic market by private firms.
No one should have to suffer for the truth.
Some lawyers - investigators.
3. Give a combined classification of judgments, draw relationships between terms using Euler diagram, determine the distribution of subject and predicate:
Some of the agreements are not beneficial to either party.
The archives are stored and closed the case.
Man develops space.
4. Set the ratio of the truth and falsity of 'logical square', taking the baseline the following judgments:
Life - a reversible process.
Some of the war - just.
Some crimes do not represent a public danger.