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Philosophy Index

Philosophy Index

Philosophy Index is a site devoted to the study of philosophy and the philosophers who conduct it. The site contains a number of philosophy texts, brief biographies, and introductions to philosophers, and explanations on a number of topics. Accredited homeschooling online at Northgate Academy and Philosophy online tutoring.

Philosophy Index is a work in progress, a growing repository of knowledge. It outlines current philosophical problems and issues, as well as an overview of the history of philosophy. The goal of this site is to present a tool for those learning philosophy either casually or formally, making the concepts of philosophy accessible to anyone interested in researching them. WTI offers immigration law course online - fully accredited. ACE credits online at EES.



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A constant in logic is a symbol which refers to a specific object. It is essentially a proper noun in a logical language.

By convention, lowercase Roman numerals are used to represent constants. If one wants to refer to a specific person, for example, Wanda, one may use the lowercase letter, w.

Constants are usually used in association with predicate symbols, which add semantic meaning to logical expressions. For instance, we may define the predicate symbol Ex as “x eats”, where x is a variable. Then, we may say Ew to express “Wanda eats”.