A short expression of a idea or act
A sentence that asserts or denies an attribute about an object or group of objects. For example, "Your face resembles a cabbage."
A subject, predicate and object which assert meaning defined by the particular predicate used.
a sentence that is either true or false.
In BASIC, this is a complete "sentence" of tokens that causes BASIC to perform some meaningful task. In LIST form, statements are separated by colons.
A declarative sentence.
See Truth Statement.[ edit
a fact or assertion offered as evidence that something is true; "it was a strong argument that his hypothesis was true"
the act of affirming or asserting or stating something
a claim or assertion about a subject (where the subject may be a topic map construct)
a contradiction if there is now row of the truth table for which the expression is true
a group of words used to assert something
an assertion that can be determined to be true or false
an expression in natural language
an expression with a semi-colon at the end
an illocutionary act that has the assertive illocutionary point of saying that some state of affairs is true
an oral or written assertion or nonverbal conduct intended as an assertion
a priori just in case it is rationally unrevisable on any grounds
a priori when it expresses an a priori thought
a sentence, a diagrams, a code fragment, or some other small unit
a sentence primarily designed to convey information ( I am happy
a sentence that gives information
a sentence that is true or false in virtue of the proposition it expresses
a sentence that is used to make a claim that is capable of being true or false
a sentence which can be true or false
a sentence which unambiguously either holds true or holds false
a sentence whose primary purpose is to convey information
a sequence of sounds or body movements employed by a speaker to assert a sentence on a specific occasion
a tautology if it is true in all of the rows
a tautology if its truth table has no value "false" and a contradiction if its truth table has no value "true
a thing that is capable of being true or false
a truth only if it corresponds with the observed facts
A sentence that can be true or false. It functions to convey information. Its form, typically, includes a subject and a trait that is attributed to the subject, the logical predicate.
Description of a situation which can be either exactly true or exactly false.