noun, plural sententiae [sen-ten-shee-ee] /sɛnˈtɛn ʃiˌi/ (Show IPA)
an aphorism; maxim.
adjective 1. pertaining to or of the nature of a sentence.
noun 1. the branch of symbolic logic dealing with the logical relationships between statements insofar as they can be analyzed into conjunctions, disjunctions, and negations of more elementary statements. sentential calculus noun 1. (logic) the formal theory the intended interpretation of which concerns the logical relations between sentences treated only as a whole and without […]
noun, Logic. 1. any of several words or their equivalent symbols used in logical formulas to connect propositions, as “or,” “not,” “and,” “if and only if.”.
noun, Logic. 1. an expression that contains one or more variables and becomes meaningful when suitable constant terms are substituted for them. sentential function noun 1. another name for open sentence