Definition of symbolic logic in English:

symbolic logic

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[mass noun]
The use of symbols to denote propositions, terms, and relations in order to assist reasoning.
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  • He proposes that Boole's symbolic logic and Leibniz's work on language prefigured the development of computers, and complemented capitalism's imperative towards abstraction.
  • Now that we know all the details of the language of symbolic logic, it's time to actually do symbolic logic.
  • Frege was one of the founders of modern symbolic logic putting forward the view that mathematics is reducible to logic.

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