# Conditionalization

/kənˌdɪʃənəlaɪˈzeɪʃən/

**noun**

1.

(logic) the derivation from an argument of a conditional statement with the conjunction of the premises as antecedent and the conclusion as consequent. If the argument is valid conditionalization yields a truth

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