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particular negative

noun, Logic.
1.
a proposition of the form “Some S is not P.” Symbol: O.
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  • Here is my "particular negative," on which to test his rule.

    A Tangled Tale Lewis Carroll
  • The letter visible then, with that particular negative is not sufficient.

  • The marking and storing of negatives in this way save hours of time spent in searching for some particular negative.

  • Bokardo, along with Baroko, is the only formula containing a particular negative as a premiss.

    Opuscula Robert Gordon Latham

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