This set of Traditional Logic Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on Traditional Logic Set 3

Q1 | Which Law of thought states ‘A IS A’
Q2 | Which Law of thought states ‘A cannot be both B and ‘Not B’ at the Same time’’
Q3 | Which Law of thought states ‘A can be Either B Or ‘Not B’
Q4 | Which Law of thought states ‘Whatever happens in this world should have a Sufficient Cause’
Q5 | The ‘Subject term’ in a Proposition is symbolically represented as
Q6 | 65. The ‘Predicate term’ in a Proposition is symbolically represented as
Q7 | Unconditional Propositions are also known as
Q8 | Based on Quality, Categorical propositions are classified into
Q9 | The categorical proposition in which the Predicate affirms the Subject class iscalled
Q10 | The categorical proposition in which the Predicate affirms or denies the wholeclass of Subject is called
Q11 | The categorical proposition in which the Predicate affirms or denies a part classof Subject is called
Q12 | The categorical proposition in which the Predicate affirms the whole class ofSubject is called
Q13 | The categorical proposition in which the Predicate denies the whole class ofSubject is called
Q14 | The categorical proposition in which the Predicate affirms a part of the class ofSubject is called
Q15 | The categorical proposition in which the Predicate denies a part of the class ofSubject is called
Q16 | ‘Universal Affirmative Proposition is symbolically represented as
Q17 | ‘Universal Negative’ Proposition is symbolically represented as
Q18 | ‘Particular Affirmative’ Proposition is symbolically represented as
Q19 | ‘Particular Negative’ Proposition is symbolically represented as
Q20 | The proposition which states about the inclusion of the whole class of Subject iscalled
Q21 | The proposition which states about the exclusion of the whole class of Subject iscalled
Q22 | The proposition which states about the inclusion of of a part of the class ofSubject is called
Q23 | The proposition which states about the exclusion of a part of the class of Subjectis called
Q24 | The extension of a term is called its
Q25 | The intension of a term is called its