In Logic Part 1 I wrote about the use of basic Aristotelian syllogisms and their fallacies. I am now going to talk about propositional hypothetical logic. Sounds scary, right? Don’t worry! As with the basic syllogisms, it’s also pretty easy!

**Propositional hypothetical logic**

This is it…

If P, then Q

There you have it! **If P, then Q**, easy-peasy! ‘**If P, then Q’** is called a hypothetical proposition.

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