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Synonyms for disjunction

Synonyms for disjunction

the act of breaking a connection

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In order for every disjunction to be 'hidden' from view, only one option is left and it means thinking the unthinkable: adopt the WHO data only for the first year of life.
Table 1 Truth Tables Conjunction p q p [conjunction] q 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 Disjunction p q p [disjunction] q 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 Negation p ~p 0 1 1 0 Table 2 Truth Table Implication p q ~p p [right arrow] q ~ p [disjunction] q 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 Table 3 Categories Category Truth Value False 0 Almost False 0.
Sometimes the disjunctions upset the Biblical narrative: an image of the crucifixion appears, oddly, beside the start of a set of prayers to the Virgin Mary.
The first disjunction regards the seekers who launch out beyond the church, often in search of seemingly more authentic but perhaps less conscious paths to God.
Time Again," curated by Fionn Meade, runs with this premise, investigating how repetition engenders a disjunction between past and present.
The illumined, however, experience a radical disjunction between consciousness and nature.
As only 2 to 3 percent of medical students evince interest in general practice, as many generalists are reaching retirement age, as there are too few generalist residencies available, and as many of the current residency openings remain unfilled, the AMA's suggestion would result in a significant disjunction between providers and patients.
This requires giving up at least one of (i) disjunction introduction; (ii) disjunctive syllogism; (iii) the thesis that entailment is transitive (99-100).
Third, most scholars have alleged a disjunction between Wesley's ecclesiastical and political commitments and his theology.
This kind of disjunction between what we say and what we do exists in all human institutions.
For the conjunction-disjunction case applies: if a disjunction value is certain to that extent that it can not reach better position (Step 1 above) in the parent conjunction (thus can not reach higher weight, see Step 3), then it is worthless to elicit facts that would precise the disjunction value.
Furthermore, distributive laws: A [disjunction] B [conjunction] C = (A [disjunction] B) [conjunction] (A [disjunction] C) and A [conjunction](B [disjunction] C)= A [conjunction] B [disjunction] A [conjunction] C are valid and can be written in this way as the present logic binds conjunctions tighter than disjunctions.
Anthropologists mostly from Europe and the US emphasize disjunction rather than continuity in the human past, and abrupt rather than gradual change--at least at the archaeological scale.
The search for depth exacerbates a related disjunction between art-critical discourse and projects like Ghosttown, and that is the problem of authorship: How to sort out the ambiguity of authorship in projects that enlist the creative energies of nonartists under the unifying banner of a single creator?