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Does this notation match the bandwagon fallacy? (∃y((y ⊂ Z) | x ≔⊤)))∴x?

 
 
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Does this notation match the bandwagon fallacy? (∃y( (y ⊂ Z) | x ≔⊤))) ∴x?
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Reply Tue 6 Dec, 2016 09:50 am
@mmister411,
mmister411 wrote:

Does this notation match the bandwagon fallacy? (∃y( (y ⊂ Z) | x ≔⊤))) ∴x?


What's your interpretation of the notation? And what are your domains since you're using sets?
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