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Predicate Logic and Nobody

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Daniel:
That's one way to represent it (though you could replace 'for all X' with symbols), among several options, and assuming the most natural scope reading for the original sentence.

mallu:

--- Quote from: Daniel on December 08, 2019, 09:28:48 PM ---That's one way to represent it (though you could replace 'for all X' with symbols), among several options, and assuming the most natural scope reading for the original sentence.

--- End quote ---
. I dont know how to type those symbols here, Could you please help me

Daniel:
There's actually a built-in addition to the forum for these symbols (at least a few: I could try to add more by request if needed):
http://linguistforum.com/phonetics-and-phonology/type-ipa-within-the-forum!-(instructions)/
(You'll need to be in the 'advanced' editor, rather than just the quick reply mode below a post.)

Alternatively there aren't many other options than just copying and pasting. I usually go to this page if I need to find something unusual:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_logic_symbols

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