Imperative Logic

Imperative logic is the field of logic concerned with arguments containing sentences in the imperative mood. In contrast to sentences in the declarative mood, imperatives are neither true nor false. This leads to a number of logical dilemmas, puzzles, and paradoxes. Unlike classical logic, there is almost no consensus on any aspect of imperative logic.

Read more about Imperative Logic:  Jørgensen's Dilemma, Ross's Paradox, Mixed Inferences, Applications

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Imperative Logic - Applications
... Aside from intrinsic interest, imperative logic has other applications ... The use of imperatives in moral theory should make imperative inference an important subject for ethics and metaethics ... many major computer programming languages are imperative programming languages ...

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