Moreover, every man is forced to admit the certain truth of a number of disjunctive propositions.
They are chiefly of two sorts, the Copulative and disjunctive.
The disjunctive forms of the pronoun are also sometimes preserved before verbs and adjectives.
The disjunctive, therefore, not the copulative, is the proper conjunction.
The facilities for wreaking final vengeance upon each other was a disjunctive irony divided equally between them.
A Dilemma is a combination of Hypothetical and disjunctive propositions.
Then for much tobacco, the disjunctive hypothetical syllogism and the strict rigour of the game.
Conditional propositions, again, are of two kinds—Hypothetical and disjunctive.
Sometimes the disjunctive but is substituted for the conjunction that, as, "I have no doubt but he will be here to-night."
For a disjunctive in I., of course, there is no Contrapositive.