(logic) quantifying only over individuals and not over predicates or clauses: first-order predicate calculus studies the logical properties of such quantification
- First-order logic
language, logic The language describing the truth of mathematical formulas. Formulas describe properties of terms and have a truth value. The following are atomic formulas: True False p(t1,..tn) where t1,..,tn are terms and p is a predicate. If F1, F2 and F3 are formulas and v is a variable then the following are compound formulas: […]
plural noun, Informal. 1. an official declaration of intention filed by a resident alien desiring to become a U.S. citizen: not required by law after 1952.
noun 1. (modifier) of or relating to a voting system in which a candidate may be elected by a simple majority rather than an absolute majority Compare proportional representation
noun 1. the grammatical person used by a speaker in statements referring to himself or herself or to a group including himself or herself, as I and we in English. 2. a form in the first person. noun 1. a grammatical category of pronouns and verbs used by the speaker to refer to or talk […]